The month of February has arrived, and with it his share of seasonal fruits and vegetables. The chance to start the new year right by consuming healthy and locally.
Table of fruits and vegetables in season for February
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February seasonal and local vegetables
If the beet is mainly eaten as soon as the nice weather arrives, it can also be eaten as a first in February. This very colorful vegetable is an excellent natural detoxifier. Rich in antioxidants, it prevents certain cancers and reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease. Winter or summer, do not hesitate to consume it. 
Do you want to take care of your skin naturally? Carrots, like sweet potatoes, are known to be a precious ally to beauty. Rich in beta-carotenesit reduces the aging of the skin. 
Celeriac, a great forgotten seasonal vegetable in February, is effective at detoxifying the body through the urinary tract. Thanks to high vitamin K contentit reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease. 
Admittedly, the mushroom is not a vegetable, but it is rich in benefits (especially in vitamin D). It helps strengthen our bones and prevents certain cancers and diseases (such as diabetes). 
Raw, cooked or stuffed, cabbage is a seasonal vegetable for the month of February that we like to eat in soups or salads. Rich in calcium, iron, magnesium, vitamin C and beta-caroteneit strengthens our immune system, promotes the elimination of toxins and helps to spend the winter healthy. 
Rich in potassium, calcium and magnesiumBrussels sprouts are particularly known for helping to maintain normal blood pressure. In addition, it helps to strengthen our immune system. 
Rich in vitamin C, copper, manganese and seleniumCauliflower is a winter vegetable that helps fight seasonal viruses (flu, cold, sore throat, etc.). But that’s not all, it also protects the heart against cardiovascular disease and certain cancers. 
If you suffer from intestinal problems, do not hesitate to consume this seasonal vegetable in February. Indeed, thanks to his high dose of antioxidants, vitamins and mineralswatercress stimulates intestinal transit (but in small doses), protects bones and fights cardiovascular disease and certain cancers. 
Another vegetable that we often forget in winter: crosne. Rich in Calcium, Phosphorus and Potassiumit helps reduce digestive discomfort, such as bloating, gas, or stomach burns. 
Endive is a leafy vegetable rich in minerals, trace elements and vitamins B9. It improves digestion, regulates intestinal transit and lowers bad cholesterol. Only that!
A cousin of Swiss chard, spinach is rich in iron, vitamins A, B9, C, K and minerals. This green vegetable, made famous thanks to Popeye, reduces the risk of developing certain cancers and fights vision problems. 
This seasonal vegetable of the month February is rich in minerals, carotenes and vitamins (A, K, B). The frisee has many properties, including purifying and digesting, which are excellent for the liver. 
Do you like curls? You’ll also love lamb’s lettuce! Rich in mineralsthis vegetable is known for its soothing properties thanks to its high vitamin C content. A good way to keep smiling despite the winter cold. 
The turnip is a star winter vegetable. Rich in minerals, fiber and vitamins (C and B), it helps in relieving intestinal problems. 
Rich in antioxidants, the onion is effective in lowering blood cholesterol, reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease and preventing certain cancers. If you’re interested, here are some simple and original tips to stop throwing away onion skins!
Thanks to high content of vitamins B, C and E and mineralsParsnip is an effective root vegetable to boost our immunity and therefore fight seasonal viruses. 
The leek is rich in fiber, vitamins and minerals. Excellent diuretic, this vegetable contributes to the elimination of toxins. But that’s not all, it protects our heart by lowering blood pressure and thereby limiting the risk of cardiovascular disease. 
Admittedly, the potato is not a vegetable, but it is rich in vitamins, antioxidants and fiber. In addition, the high carbohydrate content provides our body with all the energy it needs to get through the winter healthily. 
Salsify is best known for: the high fiber content which makes it possible to fight intestinal problems (particularly constipation which affects 15 to 35% of adults). In addition, it reduces the risk of colon cancer and cardiovascular disease. 
Jerusalem artichoke is a forgotten vegetable of the month of December. Rich in fiber, iron, potassium and phosphorusit facilitates intestinal transit and reduces the risk of developing certain cancers. 
February seasonal and local fruits
Rich in calcium, iron and vitamin C, lemon is effective at fighting fatigue and low morale (which is not uncommon in winter). In addition, it removes toxins from our body. 
Clementine / Mandarin
The clementine, delicious seasonal fruit of the month of February, is rich in calcium, potassium, phosphorus, magnesium, iron and copper. Consuming it regularly helps prevent cramps and aches and regenerates skin cells. 
Rich in vitamins C and E, copper and potassium, the kiwi strengthens the immune system and fights intestinal problems. In addition, it protects the bones and reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease, certain cancers and chronic diseases. 
Orange is rich in health benefits (especially in soluble fiber). This orange fruit promotes digestion and provides the body with a good dose of magnesium and calcium. Moving on, here are 7 simple and original tips for reusing orange peels.
The physalis (little known seasonal fruit of December) is an excellent antioxidant. It strengthens the immune system and is effective in relieving coughs, kidney disease and even asthma. 
The grapefruit is rich in antioxidants. In addition to neutralizing free radicals in the body, it prevents the development of cardiovascular diseases, certain cancers and chronic diseases. 
The apple is a powerful antioxidant which reduces the risk of developing certain cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, obesity and cancer, provided it is consumed organically, without the slightest presence of pesticides (like all fruits and vegetables mentioned in this list). 
As you will have understood, you need to consume these seasonal fruits and vegetables for the month of February to fill up on energy.