Oranges - Great tasting and rich in vitamin C, folic acid and fiber


    Whole-Grain Bread - It's high in fiber and about a dozen vitamins and minerals than enriched white bread or "wheat" bread


    Cantaloupe - A quarter of a delicious melon supplies almost as much vitamin "A" and "C" as most people need in an entire day


    Broccoli - Lots of vitamin C, carotenoids, and folic acid


    Sweet Potatoes - A nutritional All-Star - one of the most nutritious vegetables you can eat.  They're loaded with carotenoids, vitamin C


    Watermelon - Excellent source of vitamin C and carotenoids - and it tastes great


    Beans - Inexpensive, low in fat, and rich in protein, iron, folic acid and fiber.  Choose garbanzo, pinto, black, Navy, kidney or lentils


    Salmon or other fatty fish - The omega-3 fats in fish, especially fatty fish like salmon, sardines and rainbow trout, can reduce the risk of sudden-death heart attacks


    Kellogg's All Bran or Post 100% Bran - A half-cup serving of these cereals provides about one-third of the fiber you need for an entire day - to reduce the risk of cancer and heart disease


    Spinach & Kale - Loaded with vitamin C, calcium and fiber