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Please tell me, is two bowls of raw spinach a week too much?

Please tell me, is two bowls of raw spinach a week too much?

No: spinach is a very healthy vegetable, and it certainly provides quite a bit of fiber for your bowels. I personally eat at least that much a week. Enjoy! ...Read more

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What nutrients are stored in spinach?

What nutrients are stored in spinach?

Popeye's fave: Spinach is excellent for you. It is an excellent source for vitamin a, vitamin k and folate (folic acid). It's a good source for magnesium and manganese, and it is one of the better veggie sources of iron. ...Read more

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Will spinach increases cholesterol ?

Cholesterol : Spinach does not contain cholesterol and should not raise cholesterol levels. ...Read more

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Does spinach dip have pastorized milk?

Does spinach dip have pastorized milk?

Maybe: It would depend on the brand/manufacturer of the spinach dip so check with them. ...Read more

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What are the health benefits of spinach?

What are the health benefits of spinach?

Spinach contains: antioxidants as well as vitamins A, B2, C & K, & magnesium, manganese, folate, (folic acid) iron, calcium & potassium. ...Read more

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Could I have spinach everyday for breakfast?

Could I have spinach everyday for breakfast?

Well, let's see...: good source of nutrients and fiber. Has iron, which is hard to find sometimes. Works great in an egg white omelet. Sounds good to me. Just don't eat the same breakfast every...single...day. Gets boring. Vary it a bit - better nutritionally to add some variety in the long run anyway. ...Read more

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What are the health benefits to eating spinach?

What are the health benefits to eating spinach?

Lots of good stuffs: Fresh spinach is a rich source of vitamin a (and high in lutein), vitamin c, e, and k, and also magnesium, manganese, folate, betaine, iron, vitamin b2, calcium, potassium, vitamin b6, folic acid, copper, protein, phosphorus, zinc, niacin, selenium and omega-3 fatty acids. Just a medical trivia: vitamin B9 was first isolated from spinach in 1941. Live well, kalatrazh! good luck. ...Read more

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