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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...

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...

The Nutritional Differences Between Kale, Collard Greens and Swiss Chard

Kale, collard greens and Swiss chard are three varieties of cooking greens. Curly leaved kale is often added to potato recipes. Co...

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...

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...

Collard Greens and Gout

Collard greens may be worth considering for health additions to your diet. These dark-green leafy vegetables provide iron, vitamin...

Nutritional Facts for Lettuce vs. Spinach

Whether you’re watching your weight or want to add nutrient-dense food to your diet, lettuce and spinach are excellent choic...

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...

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...

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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