It's been long believed that fresh fruits and vegetables are better for you than their frozen counterparts but a recent study has turned that thinking on its head.
Research from the University of Georgia shows that frozen produce may actually offer more nutrients.
Dietician Keri Glassman weighs in and agrees there can be more nutrients in frozen fruits and vegetables.
"Frozen food is picked at peak ripeness and flash frozen," she says. "They are living items, they age just like we age, so when you freeze them you’re retaining their nutritional value."
Glassman encourages people who are not always able to go pick up local, fresh food on a daily basis to incorporate frozen fruits and vegetables into their diets.