Mixed Frozen Vegetables
Mixed vegetables are the important source of all vitamins especially excellent source of vitamin A. They are extremely rich source of minerals, enzymes, and vitamins. Faulty cooking and prolonged careless storage, however, destroy these valuable nutrients. Most of the vegetables are, therefore, best consumed in their natural raw state in the form of salads. There are different kinds of vegetables. They may be edible roots, stems, leaves, fruits and seeds. Each group contributes to the diet in its own way. Fleshy roots have energy value and good sources of vitamin B. Seeds are relatively high in carbohydrates and proteins and yellow ones are rich in vitamin A. Leaves, stems and fruits are excellent sources of minerals, vitamins, water and roughage.
Why would you say that it's a superfood?
Mixed frozen vegetables are very easy to get out of your freezer, fry it up in a pan and you get the benefit of several colors of vegetables while keeping you out of the kitchen and doing things you love.
Note: Obviously chopping fresh vegetables will be better than frozen.