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the priests 2000; these are 84,000 Khandas maintained by me.” They are
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What you eat becomes a part of you, so make sure to consume healthy
foods. By eating a variety of fruits and vegetables, you’ll keep your
body working in top shape.
I understand it’s not easy to go to a grocery store without any idea
about which fruits and vegetables to buy. Each comes with its own flavor
and nutritional value.
To help you and other food-conscious people, I compiled this ultimate
list of fruits and vegetables from A to Z. I even broke them down into
smaller categories to make it easier to browse.
I hope this extensive list will help you understand the different
varieties of fruits and vegetables even more. Let’s get started!
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Seasonal fruits and vegetables are produced and consumed around a
particular time of the year. For example, I can usually buy Medjool
dates during Spring and find them shortly after farmers have harvested
I prefer buying in-season fruits and vegetables because they are
fresher, tastier, cheaper, and have higher nutritional content. North
America has plenty of tasty, seasonal fruits and vegetables that keep my
kitchen cooking exciting.
As Spring gets closer, the amount
of produce starts to expand. Below is a list of seasonal produce during
Spring that I make part of my healthy diet.
During summer, I usually look for
fruits or vegetables that make me feel refreshed from the hot days. From
breakfast smoothies to midnight salads, fresh plant-based dishes
complete my day.
Beets and sweet potatoes are some of the seasonal foods that keep my
kitchen busy throughout autumn months. Apples are also part of my
cooking and baking time, from crispy chips to pies.
Asparagus and kale are some of the vegetables that complete a winter
harvest. Make winter more enjoyable by incorporating some of the fruits
and vegetables below into your comfort foods.
When I tried to optimize my health and lose weight, I eat green vegetables.
I admit that I used to notoriously shrug my shoulders or even roll my
eyes when green vegetables are on my plate. As an adult, I now realize
how valuable these food items are. I now make sure tasty green
vegetables are part of my daily balanced diet.
From antioxidants to vitamins and
minerals, the nutritional value of green vegetables is impressive. Leafy
greens have even been linked to reduced cognitive decline.
To maintain a healthy lifestyle, add these green vegetables to your meals:
Red fruits and vegetables are not
only appetizing and make my plate colorful; these foods also offer a set
of nutritional benefits that I cannot find from other food items.
When I think about red fruits and vegetables, raspberries, beets,
strawberries, and watermelons are the obvious list that comes to my
mind. But surprisingly, there are many other lesser-known options.
Red produce delivers plenty of health benefits. They are high in antioxidants
and nutrients, which makes them a good source of vitamins. Eating foods
with antioxidants, and red foods are loaded with these health-boosting
Make a bowl of organic oats topped with fresh strawberries or toss a
hearty salad using red fruit and vegetables to replenish your body with
an amazing amount of nutrients and antioxidants.
Check out this extensive list of red fruits and vegetables:
In any diet, fruits and vegetables are an essential staple. It’s
better to include a variety of fruits and vegetables of different colors
for their nutritional value. With a variety of fruit and vegetable
colors, orange is considered as one of the healthiest colors.
Orange fruits and vegetables are packed with beta-carotene, a form of
vitamin A that gives the food the orange color. This vitamin is
effective in eliminating free radicals and keeping good eyesight.
Papayas, squash, oranges, carrots, mangoes, pumpkin, and sweet
potatoes are some of the healthiest orange-colored foods. They are a
great source of vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients. Because of
their sweet flavor, you can incorporate them into your favorite desserts
any time you crave sweets.
Here is a list of orange fruits and vegetables:
When you’re in the mood for experimenting in the kitchen, focus
beyond iceberg lettuce when making a salad. Instead, look for other
salad vegetables that can make your plate even more colorful and
People who are conscious about the food they eat tend to stick to a
healthy staple recipe of salad. Fresh, tasty salad vegetables are what
makes eating healthy, more appealing.
Thanks to a variety of salad greens and vegetable toppings, it’s a
lot easier to experiment with different textures and flavors. This also
helps prevent getting bored with the usual salad recipes.
If you love to experiment with various salad recipes, the following salad vegetables will help you expand your current go-to’s.
Getting a daily intake of essential nutrients is not challenging as long as you have fruits and vegetables in your fridge.
Fresh fruits and vegetables do not only reduce the risk of certain health conditions such as cancer,
heart disease, diabetes, and hypertension; these foods are also low in
calories. This makes them an appealing option if you are working on your
fitness goals or keeping a healthy weight.
Fruits and vegetables come with varying amounts of carbohydrates.
That is why if you’re watching your weight, you may want to choose ones
with the lowest amount of carbs.
Some fruits and vegetables contain fewer carbs per standard serving
due to their high fiber or water content. Here is a list of low-carb
fruits and vegetables:
Vegetables are a great source of fiber, antioxidants, vitamins,
minerals, crunch, and lots of colors. Vegetables come in two different
categories: starchy and non-starchy.
While starchy vegetables contain
more carbs that can increase blood sugar levels at a quicker rate, it
does not necessarily mean that they are off-limits. You can still enjoy
starchy foods by monitoring your portions.
One of the best ways to know if you are eating a high-carbohydrate or
starchy vegetable is the sweet flavor. A higher glucose content makes a
certain vegetable starchier. Just think of sweet potatoes. The
sweetness of this food helps indicate its glucose levels.
Here is a list of starchy (high carb) vegetables:
Compared to starchy vegetables, non-starchy counterparts contain a
lower number of calories and carbohydrates. This gives you the freedom
to eat a larger quantity of non-starchy dishes without guilt or worrying
as much about your weight and blood sugar levels.
Non-starchy vegetables are ideal options if you want to consume raw foods, or you are on a low-carb diet. For good health, I eat at least 3 or 5 servings of non-starchy vegetables daily.
Eating these types of vegetables is
guilt-free. I do not have to worry about my carbohydrates intake or my
blood sugar levels. My fridge is full of non-starchy vegetables that I
can cook in a variety of different methods.
Here is a list of non-starchy (low-carb) vegetables:
Plant foods are known for their indigestible part called “dietary
fiber.” In a low fiber diet, the fiber intake becomes limited.
For people who suffer from digestive issues, fiber can be difficult
to process. That is why a low-fiber diet is recommended to treat digestive system problems. These include ulcerative colitis, Chron’s disease, diverticulitis, and irritable bowel syndrome.
Eating low fiber fruits and vegetables can help in reducing
undigested food and easing the amount of work of the digestive system.
Supposing you are into a low fiber diet, your daily intake of fiber is limited around 10 grams.
Below is a list of fruits and vegetables low in fiber:
Whole fresh fruits and vegetables are healthy, nutritious, and fiber-enriched.
Passion fruits have the most fibers with 25g per cup. Even fruits
with low amounts of calories and sugar like berries are still a good
source of fiber. Oranges, pears, kiwis, persimmons, and avocados are
other fruits that are high in fiber.
As for the high fiber vegetables, spinach, carrots, broccoli,
parsnips, artichokes, collard greens, green peas, acorn squash, and lime
beans are the popular choices.
Here is a list of high-fiber fruits and vegetables:
Fruits do not only contain nutrients, antioxidants, vitamins, and fiber; they also provide natural sugars.
People who need to control their daily blood sugar intake find it
beneficial to know which fruits contain the lowest and highest sugar.
Tamarind, mango, jackfruit, lychee, passion fruit, and bananas are some of the fruits that are high in sugar.
If you are being conscious about the sugar that the fruit you want to
eat contains, below I listed fruits along with the amount of sugar. To
make it easier for you, the list is from highest to lowest amount of
Here is a list of fruits listed by sugar content (high to low):
While fruits are high in water, fiber, antioxidants, vitamins, and
minerals, some of them are low in natural sugar. Olives, cranberries,
avocados, and carambola are some of the notable low sugar fruits.
Other than being aware of the health benefits that fruits offer,
it’s also a nice idea to know the amount of sugar in every fruit. I
listed below the fruits that have a low amount of sugar, starting from
Here is a list of low sugar fruits:
Fruits are an essential source of nutrition. Many trees produce
delicious and healthy fruits. These foods are a true gift from nature.
For example, grapefruits can balance cholesterol levels, reduce insulin levels in the blood, and prevent kidney stones. (source) You have plenty of reasons why you should eat fruits that grow on trees:
Here is a list of fruits that grow on trees:
Not all bitter things are bad. Fruits and vegetables with bitterness are extremely healthy.
Arugula, artichokes, and kale are bitter foods that deliver incredible
amounts of nutrients. These foods are also excellent for digestion,
appetite, and gut health.
Certain fruits and benefits are known to be the top bitter foods. You
can consume them to promote healthy digestion, prevent leaky gut, boost
microbiome, maximize nutrient absorption, and enhance appetite.
Here is a list of bitter fruits and vegetables:
Lip-plucking sour fruits are among the most interesting food items.
The sour flavor is the result of high amounts of acid in fruits.
The ability to detect sourness could help in identifying foods that
can be dangerous to consume. Spoiled or rotten foods are often
associated with a sour flavor because of the growth of bacteria.
But many fruits that are safe to
consume will taste sour as well. These foods are also loaded with
nutrients and rich in antioxidants, necessary for protecting against
Here is a list of sour fruits:
As these are packed with vitamins and minerals and a southern climate
vibe, tropical fruits can brighten anyone’s day. These fruits can reduce inflammation in the body while promoting healthy digestion.
For a healthy breakfast, top your cereal with a medium-sized banana for daily intake of vitamin B6 and potassium.
Tropical fruits are also effective in reducing the risk of breast
cancer, protecting the heart, preventing kidney cancer. While
Pineapples, papayas, mangoes, and bananas are popular favorites, try some of the following less well-known tropical fruits.
Here is a list of tropical fruits:
It’s funny how easy it is to mistake some fruits as vegetables. For
years, I thought string beans and eggplants were vegetables, so I was
shocked to discover that they are actually fruits.
What is considered a fruit? Anything that grows on a bush or tree and has the seeds in it is considered as a fruit. This is what ended the argument about whether a tomato is a fruit or a vegetable.
Below are other fruits that are commonly mistaken as vegetables. All of these are fruits!
Fruits and vegetables are delicious and incredibly versatile. It’s as
easy to mistake fruits ad vegetables as it is to mistake vegetables as
fruits. I was especially surprised when I discovered that some of my
favorite fruits are actually vegetables.
So, what is considered a vegetable? Edible parts of a plant like leaves, stems, roots, and flowers are classified as vegetables.
Below are listed a few of the vegetables that are commonly mistaken for fruits.
With their cancer-fighting compounds, the health industry has expressed a lot of interest in cruciferous vegetables.
Belonging to the Cruciferae family, cruciferous vegetables contain
the Brassica genus. These cool-weather vegetables have flowers with four
petals, which resemble a cross. The flower buds or leaves of these
vegetables are edible.
These vegetables are attractive in part due to their flower buds.
Other than their attractive look, these vegetables are hearty and great
ingredients for many vegetable dishes.
Here is a list of cruciferous vegetables:
Most root vegetables have long stems together with sprouting leaves
and thick looking skin. These underground plants can last for several
months after being harvested.
Root vegetables are amazing for health
and versatile ingredients in the kitchen. I love experimenting with
different recipes out of these vegetables, from casseroles to desserts.
These vegetables are rich in antioxidants, iron, and vitamins A, B,
and C, which are necessary for cleansing your system. Adding the
following to your daily diet can help you boost your energy and
immunity, and fight different diseases.
Here is a list of root vegetables:
Most nightshade plants are considered poisonous. The poisonous
properties of these plants can cause skin irritation, seizures, rapid
heartbeat, or hallucinations. It’s surprising to know that some of the
vegetables that you usually eat belong to this group of plants.
Some nightshade vegetables are safe to eat. Most of these vegetables fall under the species of Solanium and Capsicum.
While some of these vegetables
still contain toxic compounds, tubers and fruits are the edible parts of
them. If you are sensitive to these plants, it’s recommended to steer
clear of them.
Here is a list of nightshade vegetables:
You may not have heard the term “stone fruit” before but you’ve most
likely enjoyed eating them. Stone fruits have flesh that is enclosed
around a stone-like pit such as apricots and plums.
These fruits contain less than a gram of fat, which is around 67
calories per cup. They are rich in vitamins and minerals such as
vitamins A and C, calcium, and potassium.
Apart from the juicy flesh and sweet and sour flavors, stone fruits offer plenty of health benefits. These include supporting healthy digestion and lowering cholesterol due to their high fiber content.
Here is a list of stone fruits:
The best thing about citrus fruits is that whenever you crave them,
you’ll have plenty of variety to choose from. Some of them are tangy and
zesty, while others offer a refreshingly sweet taste.
The perfect mix of sour and sweet flavors of citrus fruits makes them
important ingredients for many beverages, sweets, and dishes.
Apart from their irresistible flavor, these fruits are known to aid in weight loss due to their high fiber and water content and reduce the risk of ovarian, stomach, and esophageal cancers.
They are also rich in vitamin C that helps in maintaining skin elasticity and delaying the signs of aging.
Here is an extensive list of citrus fruits for you to try:
Eating more vegetables is important to get a wide array of nutrients.
Fresh veggies give a delicious taste, crunch, and essential
health-boosting compounds. Now, the challenge is how you can keep them
fresh even when they’re out of season.
A number of vegetables can stored in the freezer. This gives you a
chance to enjoy eating seasonal vegetables or saving overproduction from
Many vegetables are known to freeze well. You just need to blanch and
shock them before freezing. Now you’re able to have a variety of
vegetables on hand no matter the time of year.
Here is a list of vegetables that freeze well:
When it comes to losing weight, a regular workout routine should be
combined with eating healthy, low, or even zero-calorie foods. That way
while you’re reducing unwanted fats, your body is kept well-nourished.
Plenty of vegetables are weight loss friendly. Most of them contain
low to zero-calorie and offer filling fiber. This helps you reduce the
urge to eat without starving yourself.
Since vegetables are high in water content, you will stay fuller for a
longer period. If you are working on losing weight, the following
vegetables are low in calories and high in water content and dietary
Here is a list of vegetables and fruits for weight loss:
With so many fruits and vegetables to choose from, it would be
impossible to know them all. Each country has its own native fruits and
vegetables that are only now starting to become more readily available.
Let’s discover the list of fruits and vegetables from A to Z.
How many of these are in your fridge?
Abiu, Acai, Acerola, Ackee, Acorn Squash, African Cherry Orange,
Alfalfa Sprouts, Alligator apple, Amazon grape, American Mayapple,
Ambarella, Apple, Apricot, Araza, Arhat, Artichoke, Arugula, Asian Pear,
Asparagus, Atemoya, Avocado
Babaco, Bamboo Shoots, Banana,
Barbadian, Barbados cherry, Barberry, Beach plum, Beans, Bean Sprouts,
Bearberry, Beechnut, Beets, Belgian Endive, Bell Peppers, Betel nut,
Berry, Bignay, Bilberry, Bilimbi, Bitter gourd, Bitter Melon, Bitter
Orange, Black apple, Blackberry, Black cherry, Blackcurrant, Black
mulberry, Black raspberry, Black sapote, Blood orange, Blueberry,
Bluetongue, Bok Choy, Bolwarra, Boniato, Bottle gourd, Boysenberry,
Bramble, Brazil nut, Breadfruit, Broadleaf Bramble, Broccoli, Broccoli
Rabe, Brown Grapefruit Bael, Brown Pepper, Brussels, Sprouts,
Buffaloberry, Burdekin plum, Burmese grape, Butternut Squash
Cabbage, Cacao, Cactus Pear, Caimito, Cajamanga, Calabash tree,
Camucamu, Canistel, Cantaloupe, Cape gooseberry, Caper, Carambola,
Cardon, Carob, Carrot, Casaba Melon, Cashew, Cauliflower, Cedar Bay
Cherry, Cempedak, Celery, Ceylon gooseberry, Champagne Mango, Chard,
Chayote, Che, Chenet, Cherimoya, Cherry, Chinese bayberry, Chinese
Celery, Chinese mulberry, Chives, Chokeberry, Citron, Clementine,
Cloudberry, Cluster fig, Coconut, Cocoplum, Coffee, Collard Greens,
Common apple-berry, Conkerberry, Corn, Cornelian Cherry, Crabapple,
Cranberry, Crookneck Squash, Crowberry, Cucumber, Cudrang, Cudrania,
Cupuacu, Currant, Custard appl
Daikon, Damson, Date, Date palm, Date-plum, Davidson’s plum, Desert
fig, Desert lime, Dewberry, Dill, Doubah, Dragon fruit, Durian
Eastern May Hawthorn, Edamame, Eggfruit, Eggplant, Eight-ball Squash,
Elephant apple, Elephant garlic, Elderberry, Emblic, Emu Apple, Endive,
Entawak, Escarole, Etrog
Fava Beans, Feijoa, Fennel, Fibrous satinash, Fig, Finger lime, Fiji longan,
Gala apple, Galendar, Galia, Gandaria, Garbanzo Pedrosillano, Garlic,
Genip, Genipap, Giant Granadilla, Ginger, Golden apple, Gooseberry,
Grape, Grapefruit, Grapple, Greek oregano, Green beans, Greengage, Green
onions, Green peas, Greens, Grenadilla, Goumi, Gourds, Guanabana,
Guarana, Guava, Guava berry
Habenero chili, Hackberry, Hardy
kiwi, Hawthorn, Hog plum, Hominy, Honeydew melon, Honeysuckle, Horned
melon, Horse chestnut, Horseradish, Huckleberry, Huito
Iceberg lettuce, Illawarra plum, Indian gooseberry, Indian almond,
Indian fig, Indian jujube, Indian prune, Indian strawberry, Ita Palm
Jaboticaba, Jackfruit, Jagua, Jak, Jalapeno, Jambul, Jamaica Cherry,
Jasmine, Japanese Bayberry, Japanese raisin, Jatoba, Jenipapo, Jicama,
Jocote, Jujube, June plum
Kale, Kaffir lime, Kahikatea, Kakadu lime, Kakadu plum, Kandis fruit,
Karkalla, Keppel fruit, Key lime, Kidney beans, Kiwi, Kohlrabi,
Kumquat, Kundong, Kutjera
Lablab, Lady apple, Langsat, Lanzones, Lapsi, Leeks, Legume, Lemon,
Lemon aspen, Lentils, Lettuce, Leucaena, Lillipilli, Lilly Pilly, Lima
beans, Lime, Lingonberry, Longan, Loganberry, Loquat, Lucuma, Lulo,
Mabolo, Macadamia, Malanga, Malay apple, Mamey sapote, Mamoncillo,
Mandarin, Mango, Mangosteen, Manila tamarind, Manoao, Marang, Mayapple,
Mayhaw, Maypop, Medlar, Melinjo, Melon, Melon pear, Meyer lemon, Midyim,
Mint, Mulberry, Mock strawberry, Mock buckthorn, Monkey apple,
Monstera, Morels, Mountain soursop, Morinda, Mundu, Muskmelons,
Muntries, Mushrooms, Myrtle
Nageia, Nance, Naranja, Naranjilla, Nannyberry, Napa, Native cherry,
Nectarine, Native currant, Nungu, Nutmeg, Neem, Native gooseberry, Nuts
Oil palm, Old World Sycamore, Olive, Okra, Olallieberry, Onion,
Orange, Oregon grape, Orangelo, Oregano, Oyster Mushroom, Otaheite
Papaya, Parsley, Parsnip, Passion
fruit, Pattypan squash, Pawpaw, Peach, Pear, Peanut, Peas, Peppers,
Persimmon, Pequi, Pewa, Pigeon Plum, Pigface, Pili nut, Pineapple, Pinto
beans, Pitaya, Plum, Podocarpus, Pitomba, Plantain, Poha, Pomcite, Pois
doux, Pomegranate, Pomelo, Pond apple, Pommecythere, Pommerac,
Portabella, Prickly Pear, Potato, Prumnopitys, Prune, Pumpkin, Pupunha,
Pulasan, Pummelo, Physalis, Purple apple-berry
Quandong, Quenepa, Quinoa, Quince
Radicchio, Radish, Raisin, Rambutan, Rangpur, Raspberry, Red bayberry, Red cabbage, Redcurrant, Red mombin, Red mulberry, Rhubarb, Riberry, Ridged gourd, Rimu, Romaine lettuce, Rosehip, Rose-leaf bramble, Rosemary, Rose Myrtle, Rose apple, Rowan, Rutabaga
Saguaro, Sageretia, Salak, Salal berry, Salmonberry, Sandpaper fig,
Santol, Sapodilla, Sapote, Saskatoon, Saskatoonberry, Satsuma,
Sea-buckthorn, Seagrape, Serviceberry, Sharon fruit, Shipova, Silkworm
thorn, Snap Beans, Snowberry, Snow peas, Sonya, Soursop, Spinach,
Spaghetti squash, Sprouts, Star apple, Star fruit, Strawberry,
Strawberry-guava, Strawberry-pear, String beans, Sugar apple, Sweet
apple-berry, Sweet potato, Sugar Snap Peas, Summer squash, Surinam
cherry, Squash, Sweet lemon, Sweetsop, Sycamore, Sycamore fig,
Tamarillo, Tamarind, Tanjong, Tangelo, Tangerine, Taro, Taxus
baccata, Tomatillo, Tomato, Texas persimmon, Thimbleberry, Turnip,
Turnip greens, Toyon
Ugli fruit, Ugni, Uva grape, Uzouza leaf
Vanilla, Velvet Tamarind, Vine ripe tomatoes, Voavanga
Water Apple, Watercress, Watermelon, Wax Apple, Wax gourd, Winter
melon, White aspen, White mulberry, White nectarine, White sapote, Wild
orange, Wineberry, Winter squash, Wongi, Wolfberry, Wood Apple,
Xigua, Ximenia, Xylocarp
Yali pears, Yam, Yamamomo, Yangmei, Yard-long beans, Yellow plum, Yellow pear tomato, Yellow squash, Yumberry
Zigzag vine, Zhe, Ziziphus, Zucchini
The more fruits and vegetables you eat, the healthier and happier you
become. You can start a healthy lifestyle by incorporating them into
your diet. With so many options, you can do some experimenting to make
every mealtime more exciting and colorful.
If you know fruits and vegetable names that are not listed here, let me know. I will update the list as more are suggested.
Stephanie is the founder of Plant Prosperous, a plant-based vegan living, and parenting blog. She has been eating a plant-based diet for over 24 years along with a B.S. in Biology & Environmental Science. She also has over 14 years of experience working in the environmental and conservation sectors.
Stephanie is currently raising her son on a plant-based diet and hopes
to help others who are wanting to do the same. You can read more about
This is a beautiful list! Thank you so much. Will you kindly share
approximately how many plants are on your list? I didn’t see a figure in
the conclusion. Thanks.
Welcome, I’m Stephanie! I’m a plant-based diet expert with over 24 years of experience
living a vegetarian and vegan lifestyle. I’m now raising my own vegan
family and helping others do the same. Learn more about me HERE.
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