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Bell peppers

Bell peppers

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How you can eat them: There are many ways you can serve the bell peppers and enjoy them in your dishes. One way is to slice or chop them into long pieces or small ones and then serve them with hummus or drizzled with a little red-wine vinegar, salt and finally pepper.

Why they’re good: Bell peppers, especially the red ones are an excellent source of vitamin A and are highly rich in antioxidants. They are also loaded with other valuable vitamins, such as C, B6, E, and dietary fiber and many more.

Sweet bell peppers are very similar to spicy bell peppers as they contain capsaicin, which is a chemical compound known to reduce pain and inflammation.

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