Try incorporating these delicious foods into your diet – whether it’s adding them into a smoothie, pairing them with a handful of nuts for a complete snack, or tossing them into your salad for a flavorful bite.

#1 Guavas
This fruit can come to a surprise simply because it’s not a common fruit eaten on a daily basis. However, guavas are number one on the list of foods highest in vitamin C! This exotic fruit with a sweet and tangy flavor is loaded with 378 mg of vitamin C per cup. To put this into perspective, this is 628% of your daily value. Guavas, in addition to being a great way to boost your immune system, they are a rich source of dietary fiber. Similar to raspberries, guavas contain 9 grams of dietary fiber per cup.

#2 Kiwi
Thankfully with kiwi, this fruit is in season 8 out of the 12 months of the year. Kiwis are often available at grocery stores all year around. This sweet on the inside but rough on the outside fruit is a great way to boost your vitamin C. In 1 single medium kiwi, there is 70.5 mg of vitamin C, which is 117% of your daily value. Although this fruit can be slightly tedious to eat, the benefits are well worth the peeling.

#3 Bell Peppers
This vegetable is a great way to incorporate a bite of freshness and color into your meals. Enjoying this vegetable raw or cooked, you’ll be sure to be doing your immune system a favor. Additionally, bell peppers are available in a variety of colors that are sure to supply you with different vitamins and nutrients. Next time you need a quick midday snack, a handful of sliced bell peppers with hummus is a great way to optimize your energy.

#4 Strawberries
This is another great fruit to add to your list. Strawberries are loaded nutrients that can have you feeling much better and energized. In one serving, which is about 5-6 strawberries, you get 100% of your recommended vitamin C intake for the day. Strawberries are also a delicious fruit that are slightly lower in carbohydrates than other fruits. Slice a few in your salad or spruce up your oatmeal with them