@Sierra02 - Bell peppers have a lot of nutritional value that so many people overlook. They're a good source of vitamin C and B6 along with beta carotene, thiamine and folic acid. They are also an exceptional antioxidant to help ward off free radicals that reduces the risk of cancer. This is especially true with the red bell peppers which have higher nutrient levels that also help reduce the risk of heart disease.
They've also been proven to prevent blood clots, reduce heart attacks and strokes and protection against cataracts. And one other nutritional value of the bell pepper is it's ability to help reduce cholesterol levels.