Bright and colorful bell peppers are rich in vitamin C and antioxidants (especially carotenoids). “Sweet” peppers also provide a decent amount of fiber. 92% water, bell peppers also contain vitamins A, E & K1, folate and potassium.
Eating bell peppers may enhance eye health and reduce the risk of anemia. The red peppers have the most nutrition (beta carotene and vitamin C) because it was on the vine the longest. Peppers can be enjoyed raw, grilled or cooked and are easy to add to your stir fry, salad, sandwich and kabob.