Why is it so important to eat our veggies? Here are some remarkable facts.
Spinach Greens: Often recognized as one of the functional foods for its nutritional, antioxidants and anti-cancer constituents. Spinach is a store house for many phyto-nutrients that have disease prevention properties. Also a great source of Vitamin A, Vitamin C, & Iron (25% of RDA).
Turnips are very low calorie root vegetables. They contain only 28 calories per 100 g. They are very good source of anti-oxidants, minerals, vitamins and dietary fiber. The roots are also rich in vitamin C (21mg or 35% of RDA per 100g))
Radishes are known for their cholesterol reduction, blood pressure regulation, liver support & cancer prevention properties. Radishes are rich in vitamin C, sulphur, iron and iodine.
Turnip greens are rich in antioxidants like vitamin A & vitamin C. They also provide protein (1.2g), dietary fiber, folate, calcium, & potassium. In addition, the leafy-tops are an excellent source of vitamin K.