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Are canned and frozen vegetables just as good for you as fresh. And is there a more nutritious value between fresh and can ?
Depends: As long as frozen veggies have not been in your freezer for more than a couple months, they may be the most "nutritious" of the 3 because they are harvested and frozen almost immediately, whereas fresh veggies can take weeks to arrive at your market. But buying locally grown farmer's market fresh veggies is probably your best bet. Canned veggies rate last of the 3 in nutritional value. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Not necessarily: It is more important to ascertain the circumstances of why a human may be eating canned dog food. It is a food fetish? Poverty? Or some other behavioral issue? Food for human consumption is not likely to be more expensive than dog food. ...Read more
Probably BUT: There are different standards for safety for human vs dog food. ...Read more
I think I swallowed metal shavings that was in my canned corn.. What signs should I look out for if I did??
No: It is always best to use fresh food, or frozen. Canned foods are ok for emergencies, but should not be regularly used. Many cans contain bpa in the liner, and are not good for you. ...Read more
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