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What Is the Nutritional Value of Lettuce?

Lettuce grows well in cool weather and is available in many seasonal varieties. The main types of lettuce are butterhead, crisphea...
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Vitamins in Salad Greens

Salad greens, like other vegetables, are low in fat and calories, do not contain cholesterol and have a high vitamin and mineral c...
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Greens Plus Nutritional Facts

Greens Plus is a powdered supplement that gets mixed with water. One serving delivers more essential vitamins, organic minerals, a...
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Turnip Green Nutrition Information

Turnip greens, the leafy, green tops of turnips, are considered a delicacy in the South and have grown in popularity across the re...
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The Health Benefits of Eating Dandelion Greens

While dandelions are likely less than welcome on your lawn during the warmer months, they should be more than welcome on your plat...
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Nutrients Found in Green Leaf Lettuce

Green leaf lettuce is just one variety of a number of lettuces categorized as leaf lettuces, a type characterized by crisp leaves ...
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What Is the Healthiest Lettuce to Eat?

Lettuce is a green, cool weather vegetable commonly used in salads. The history of lettuce in America began when colonist John Win...
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Does Iceberg Lettuce Have Any Nutritional Value?

While iceberg lettuce has a bad reputation of being low in nutrients, that's not exactly true -- it's just lower in nutrients than...
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How to Prepare Romaine Lettuce

A good source of vitamin A, folate, potassium and fiber, romaine lettuce is available fresh any time of year. Delicious topped wit...
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What Causes Rust on Lettuce?

What is commonly known as rust on lettuce is technically known as “russet spotting.” Rust on lettuce doesn’t mak...
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