Healthy Vegetable Nutrition | All you need to know
What is on your plate? This question is the quickest to ask and it’s on everyone’s lips when Nutrition is involved especially regarding Healthy vegetable nutrition.
Not one vegetable or fruit would provide all the nutritional values for the body. This means it is essential to eat as many fruits and veggies as possible. Try dark coloured leafy greens, bright red, yellow and orange fruits and veggies and a good tomato.
Some vegetables contain higher levels of carbohydrate and are often called starchy vegetables. These are usually roots and tubers (see vegetable classifications) such as potatoes, yams, kumara, taro and sweet corn. The starchy vegetables are higher in energy (kilojoules) because of their carbohydrate content.
Other vegetables are classified as non-starchy. Non-starchy vegetables tend to have a higher water content, and are lower in energy but often richer in vitamins and minerals.
Aim to make half your dinner vegetables and choose a range of different coloured vegetables. About one-quarter of the plate should be starchy foods for energy. From: Vegetables
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