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Discover nutritional properties of food and learn about nutrition facts

On this page you'll find a selection of items belonging to the group of vegetables and vegetable products. Through the links on this list of foods that are vegetables and vegetable products and you will know their properties and amount of nutrients that each food has.

Below is a list of foods belonging to the category of vegetables and vegetable products. Clicking on each one of them, you can view the properties of oils and nutritional information in addition to the benefits to your body.

These foods belong to the group of vegetables and vegetable products:

raw lambsquarters
  • Raw lambsquarters: High in calcium, vitamin c and vitamin a and low in food energy, total lipid and total sugars.
  • Raw sprouted lentils: High in folate, total, food folate and folate and low in total lipid, total dietary fiber and total sugars.
  • Raw green leaf lettuce: Raw green leaf lettuce is high vitamin a, beta-carotene and lutein+zeazanthin. On the other hand. is low in food energy, protein and total lipid.
  • Raw lotus root: This food is low in total lipid, total sugars and sodium but Raw lotus root has vitamin c in high quantity.
  • Raw red leaf lettuce: Raw red leaf lettuce is high vitamin a, beta-carotene and lutein+zeazanthin. On the other hand. is low in food energy, protein and total lipid.
  • Raw hawaii mountain yam: Raw hawaii mountain yam is low in protein, total lipid and total dietary fiber.
  • Raw white mushrooms: High in pantothenic acid and low in food energy, total lipid and carbohydrate.
  • Raw portabella mushrooms: In this food there are some nutrients that are found in low quantity, for example food energy, protein and total lipid.
  • Dried shiitake mushrooms: High in ash, carbohydrate and total dietary fiber and low in water, total lipid and calcium.
  • Raw mustard greens: This food is low in food energy, total lipid and carbohydrate but Raw mustard greens has vitamin c, folate, total and food folate in high quantity.
raw new Zealand spinach
  • Raw new Zealand spinach: High in vitamin a and vitamin k and low in food energy, protein and total lipid.
  • Raw okra: This food is low in food energy, protein and total lipid but Raw okra has folate, total and food folate in high quantity.
  • Unprepared frozen okra: High in folate, total, food folate and folate and low in food energy, protein and total lipid.
  • Raw onions: Raw onions is low in food energy, protein and total lipid.
  • Dehydrated flakes onions: High in carbohydrate, total sugars and calcium and low in water, total lipid and sodium.
  • Canned onions: Canned onions is low in food energy, protein and total lipid.
  • Sauteed yellow onions: This food is low in protein, ash and total sugars but Sauteed yellow onions has polyunsaturated fatty acids in high quantity.
  • Raw welsh onions: Raw welsh onions is high vitamin k. On the other hand. is low in food energy, protein and total lipid.
  • Raw sweet onions: Raw sweet onions is low in food energy, protein and total lipid.
  • Fresh parsley: Fresh parsley is high iron, vitamin c and folate, total. On the other hand. is low in food energy, total lipid and total sugars.
raw parsnips
  • Raw parsnips: In this food there are some nutrients that are found in low quantity, for example protein, total lipid and iron.
  • Raw edible-podded peas: High in vitamin c and low in food energy, total lipid and sodium.
  • Raw green peas: High in vitamin c and lutein+zeazanthin and low in total lipid, sodium and selenium.
  • Canned peas and onions: Canned peas and onions is low in total lipid, total sugars and calcium.
  • Raw green sweet peppers: Raw green sweet peppers is high vitamin c. On the other hand. is low in food energy, protein and total lipid.
  • Poi: In this food there are some nutrients that are found in low quantity, for example protein, total lipid and total dietary fiber.
  • Raw flesh and skin potato: In this food there are some nutrients that are found in low quantity, for example protein, total lipid and total sugars.
  • Skin raw potatoes: In food has a low quantity of total lipid, total sugars and sodium.
  • Canned potatoes: In food has a low quantity of food energy, protein and total lipid.
  • Potato flour: Potato flour is high carbohydrate, potassium and vitamin b6. On the other hand. is low in water, total lipid and sodium.