Are bell peppers healthy?  

Crumble Smith says peppers are rich in C, A, B6, and B9. Like many fruits and vegetables, they're fiber-rich.

Flavonoids and phytonutrients in red peppers help regulate cardiovascular disease symptoms and balance hormones.

A healthy diet includes vegetables.

Only 10% of Americans receive enough veggies daily, says the CDC.

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There are several methods to eat more bell peppers, your "vegetable" of choice.

Try peppers in chili, stir-fry, salads, or salsa for color and taste.

Type 2 diabetics should avoid packaged junk foods like chips, crackers, and pretzels since they include refined carbohydrates, salt, and added sugars. 

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