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These small but mighty green edible buds (or mini-cabbage lookalikes) are high in vitamin K which is mostly known for its essential role in blood clotting. But did you know that vitamin K is also important for keeping your bones healthy!
Chestnuts are packed with a huge variety of vitamins, minerals and fibre too! But unlike most other nuts, they're also low in fat and calories, perfect for the festive season!
These funky root veg are a great source of vitamin C, potassium and folate! They're also full of fibre which helps keep that digestive system going, which might come in handy during the over-indulgent festive period.
Not only are these juicy jewel-like, ruby seeds delicious – they are also packed with vitamins and bioactive compounds such as punicalagins and punicic acid. Pomegranate juice has three times higher antioxidant activities than red wine and green tea!
Soft and sweet, perfect when ripe, dried or in a scrumptious dessert; figs are a good source of vitamins A and K, that contribute to health and wellness in so many ways. Try out our delicious pancakes with ricotta, honey and figs recipe.
A cross between a mandarin and an orange, these festive citrus-fruit are a great source of vitamin C... Stock up on clementines this holiday season to stay well this winter!
Favoured for its sweet aroma during the festive season, nutmeg is rich in antioxidants and a good source of manganese which has a role to play in supporting bone health.
Spice up your Christmas morning with a cinnamon smoothie. Did you know cinnamon contains large amounts of amazing antioxidants, which can also be used as a natural food preservative?
These small, deep red berries are a good source of vitamin C, which acts as an antioxidant and helps protect cells from damage.
Ripe or dried, apricots are the perfect combination with Christmas desserts. These juicy fruits are rich in potassium, a mineral that service as an electrolyte.
Rich in flavour with a liquorice-like aroma, star anise are not only popular in oriental cooking, but these beautiful star shaped spices may also have antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties.
These warm aromatic flower buds have an intense flavour to spice up your cooking, cloves also have enormous potential as food preservatives and as a rich source of antioxidant compounds.