Avocados: Minerals and fiber in avocados can be lost during cooking. Nonetheless.
Berries: Not only are these nutritionally awesome, they are also delicious and versatile.
Broccoli: Broccoli is one of those foods that split opinions when it comes to how they should be consumed.
Celery: Eating celery is all bout the crunch, right? So, why would you even want to cook it.
Cucumber: Cucumbers are all about that fresh, crisp, and crunchy texture.
Watercress: Watercress contains a number of enzymes that become damaged when exposed to heat.
Seaweed: Seaweed is packed with iodine, magnesium, iron, and calcium.
Olive oil: Olive oil is packed with vitamin E and antioxidants, which may be affected by heat.
Red bell peppers: These are low in calories and rich in vitamin B6, vitamin E, magnesium.
Nuts: Nuts are nutritionally-dense foods. Eating them roasted is an option.
Lemon: Lemons are rich in vitamin C and fiber, which are nutrients that can be affected by heat.
Garlic: Garlic has a ton of antioxidants and sulfuric compounds, which have been proven to have a number of health benefits.