Vegetables and vegetable products: Page5

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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:

unprepared frozen turnips
  • Unprepared frozen turnips: In food has a low quantity of food energy, protein and total lipid.
  • Raw turnip greens: High in vitamin c, folate, total and food folate and low in food energy, protein and total lipid.
  • Canned turnip greens: This food is low in food energy, protein and total lipid but Canned turnip greens has vitamin a in high quantity.
  • Canned mixed vegetables: Canned mixed vegetables is low in food energy, protein and total lipid.
  • Raw (basella) vinespinach: This food has a low quantiti of food energy, protein and total lipid but has a high quantity of vitamin c, folate, total and food folate.
  • Raw watercress: This food has a low quantiti of food energy, total lipid and carbohydrate but has a high quantity of vitamin c, vitamin a and beta-carotene.
  • Raw winged bean leaves: Raw winged bean leaves is high calcium, vitamin c and thiamin. On the other hand. is low in total lipid, total dietary fiber and total sugars.
  • Raw winged bean tuber: This food has a low quantiti of total lipid, total dietary fiber and total sugars but has a high quantity of copper.
  • Raw yam: Raw yam is high potassium. On the other hand. is low in protein, total lipid and total sugars.
  • Raw yambean (jicama): Raw yambean (jicama) is low in food energy, protein and total lipid.
canned harvard beets
  • Canned harvard beets: In food has a low quantity of protein, total lipid and total sugars.
  • Canned pickled beets: Canned pickled beets is low in protein, total lipid and calcium.
  • Raw borage: Raw borage is high vitamin a. On the other hand. is low in food energy, protein and total lipid.
  • Freeze-dried chives: This food has a low quantiti of water, total sugars and sodium but has a high quantity of protein, ash and carbohydrate.
  • Raw dock: High in magnesium, vitamin c and vitamin a and low in food energy, protein and total lipid.
  • Raw eppaw: Raw eppaw is low in total lipid, total dietary fiber and total sugars.
  • Raw drumstick pods: High in vitamin c and low in food energy, protein and total lipid.
  • Raw scotch kale: This food is low in food energy, total lipid and total sugars but Raw scotch kale has calcium, magnesium and vitamin c in high quantity.
  • Freeze-dried parsley: Freeze-dried parsley is high protein, ash and total dietary fiber. On the other hand. is low in water, total sugars and folic acid.
  • Canned jalapeno peppers: High in ash and sodium and low in food energy, protein and total lipid.
raw white icicle radishes
  • Raw white icicle radishes: In this food there are some nutrients that are found in low quantity, for example food energy, protein and total lipid.
  • Freeze-dried shallots: High in ash, carbohydrate and total dietary fiber and low in water, total lipid and sodium.
  • Canned carrot juice: This food has a low quantiti of food energy, protein and total lipid but has a high quantity of vitamin a, vitamin a and alpha-carotene.
  • Spinach souffle: This food is low in total dietary fiber, total sugars and niacin but Spinach souffle has beta-carotene, lutein+zeazanthin and vitamin k in high quantity.
  • Dried agar seaweed: This food has a low quantiti of water, total lipid and vitamin c but has a high quantity of carbohydrate, calcium and iron.
  • Raw spirulina seaweed: This food is low in food energy, total lipid and carbohydrate but Raw spirulina seaweed has copper in high quantity.
  • Dried spirulina seaweed: This food has a low quantiti of water, folic acid and vitamin b12 but has a high quantity of protein, ash and iron.
  • Raw wakame seaweed: Raw wakame seaweed is high ash, magnesium and sodium. On the other hand. is low in food energy, total lipid and total dietary fiber.
  • Potato pancakes: High in potassium, sodium and polyunsaturated fatty acids and low in total sugars, folic acid and vitamin b12.
  • Raw sprouted radish seeds: High in folate, total and food folate and low in food energy, carbohydrate and total dietary fiber.