Best vegetables to grow in spring for a healthier diet

Interested in learning more about the most nutritional vegetables to grow for a healthier diet? Find out which vegetables deserve a spot in your Garden.

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With spring around the corner, growing season is fast approaching!

The soil is almost warm enough to grow some delicious vegetables for a healthier diet.

When it comes vegetables, the quality and freshness of produce is of utmost importance. One of the most reliable means of improving the nutritional content and quality of your vegetables is to grow them in your own garden.

Here are our top picks for best vegetables to grow in spring for a healthier diet:


It is impossible to go wrong with growing leafy vegetables (such as spinach) in your garden. The leaves of the spinach plant are packed with generous quantities of minerals, vitamins, and antioxidants. It is an incredible source of vitamin A, vitamin K, and vitamin C. It helps the bones remain strong, skin remain clear, and hair remain glossy. The phenomenal health benefits of this plant have earned it the title of being a superfood. Plus, spinach is easy to grow quickly in well-drained soil in warm environment. Grow this vegetable this spring and cook up some delicious salads for friends and family members!


Apart from being crunchy and delicious, carrots rank high on the list of nutritionally rich vegetables. In specific, vitamin A in carrots is a useful nutrient for the skin as it repairs tissue damage and prevents it from further harm. It can also help you lose weight as several comprehensive studies have linked the consumption of carrots with healthy weight loss. Choose sandy and loose soil to nurture your carrots because they are essentially the roots of your plant and need space to grow. Carrots take approximately 2 – 4 months to mature, so you’ll get your hands on these vegetables fairly soon.


Kale is one of the most nutritional vegetables (or foods for that matter) that you can incorporate in your diet! It has vitamins (A, K, C, and B6), minerals (manganese, calcium, copper, potassium, and magnesium), omega-3 fatty acids. Plus, it has very little calories so you can use it to lose weight as you fuel your body with a blend of nutrients. Plus, it has antioxidants that have been known to discourage cancerous growth, protect the heart, and maintain blood pressure. From diabetes and cancer to bone disease and heart complications, kale is a fantastic vegetable to grow and include in your diet.


When chopped and crushed, garlic exposes its sulfur compounds that work in your body at the cellular (microscopic) level to protect cells from damage and prevent cancers from developing. It is also needed to help build and fix DNA. Plus, the active compounds in garlic can yield medicinal properties such as combatting sicknesses (such as the common cold) and control blood pressure. It is no surprise that several civilizations in the past have placed garlic at the center of their approach to healthcare. This vegetable is easy to grow and requires minimal space in your garden. Plus, it tastes delicious and can add a punch of flavor to meals.

Brussel Sprouts

These small leafy vegetables need to a staple in your diet because of the vitamin, folate, mineral, and fiber content. Brussel sprouts can help control bodily inflammation. This attribute is particularly useful when it comes to chronic health conditions such as heart disease. They play a critical role in forming your body’s disease preparedness plan by getting rid of toxins before they have a chance to damage you. They also help regulate blood sugar, which means that diabetics need to incorporate in their diet. Sprouts are delicious when toasted lightly or roasted in the oven, so get ready to enjoy delicious meals! They are perfect for being grown in spring and will survive through the year to return next year.


You need to include these veggies in your diet!

The saying, ‘you are what you eat’ rings truest when it comes to your diet.

You need to be careful about what you put in your body because it will end up influencing your health in the long run.

Spinach, carrots, kale, garlic, and Brussel sprouts are some of the most nutritional and delicious vegetables to grow in your home garden. Try growing them this spring!

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