It completely depends on your chili. I've seen home made chili recipes that produce up to 118 percent of the RDA for vitamin c. Wendy's chili, on the other hand, has a negligable amount of this water soluble vitamin.
If you add tomato to the chili, as well as sauce, and throw in healthy veggies, then chili can be a powerhouse of nutrition. Beans are an amazing food, and the cooked tomato is rich in Vitamin C and Lutien. Just don't water down the tomato sauce. Make your chili rich and thick. Add various peppers, again rich in vitamin C and a host of other nutrients. If you use hot peppers, the capsicum has cancer fighting properties, and other health benefits as well. Chili can be a super-food, nutritionally.
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