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Healthy Spring Foods

By Rachel Carver

Spring has arrived. Though we still have fluctuating temperatures, spring gives us some nicer weather and a chance to reset after winter.

Spring also gives us some tasty seasonal foods to incorporate into our meals and snacks. Read on for some healthy foods to try this spring that can also be easy on your wallet.


Spring is the perfect time to try artichokes. Cooking turns them soft, and they have a similar flavor to asparagus. In season, you should expect to pay about 50 cents each. They contain high amounts of fiber, antioxidants, Vitamin C, and folate. Artichokes taste great in baked ziti or in a spinach dip.


Carrots are packed with Vitamin A, which promotes growth and development, vision, and immune function. The fiber content found in carrots helps with blood sugar. A pound of carrots usually cost less than $1.

Carrots go great with hummus. You can also add them to salads or steam them for a quick side. Carrot cake is a great dessert.


Eggs can be eaten all year. They add protein to many recipes. They can be boiled, scrambled, or fried to enjoy on their own. The omega-3 fatty acids found in eggs boost brain health and fight inflammation. A dozen eggs usually cost less than $2 per dozen.


Many people enjoy limes with their margaritas, but they have many health benefits. Limes contain high amounts of Vitamin C, which is great for immunity and your skin. The citric acid found in limes can help prevent kidney stones.

Limes peak in May in some areas of the country. Add limes to your salads, or use them in some homemade energy bites.

Fresh Parsley

Parsley is a very versatile herb. It is used in a variety of Mediterranean cuisines. Each parsley leaf gives you fat-soluble vitamins and antioxidants that support immunity and heart health. It will cost about $1 per bunch.


Rhubarb is a great nutritious vegetable to use. It contains high amounts of Vitamin K and calcium, which positively impacts bone and heart health. Rhubarb costs about $4 per pound. Use it in a dessert, a jam, or as an oatmeal topping.

Spring is a great time to get creative with some new foods. Your exploration just might lead you to your next favorite food. Focus on seasonal fruits and vegetables to load up on fresh ingredients.

To learn more about your health, wellness, and fitness, see your local chiropractor at The Joint Chiropractic in Wichita , Kans.

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