4. Bell Peppers
Vitamin A can be found in these mild peppers that go great with dips or in a freshly cut salad. Eat them raw or roast them on the grill, and make sure to try all the different varieties.
Often called the perfect summer fruit, the health benefits of watermelon are still often overlooked. The truth is that it contains vitamins, minerals and amino acids plus the antioxidant lycopene.
6. Iced Tea
Most summer drinks are made to cool you off. Those soft drinks and fruit juices are loaded with wasted calories, but instead of sipping on H20 all summer, stick to some fresh iced tea. It will provide you with loads of antioxidants.
Grilling up some sweet corn is healthier than you think. One ear of sweet corn contains three grams of fiber, plus folate, vitamin C, magnesium and potassium. Plus it tastes fantastic!