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Nutrition Information for Vegetables

Each article covers the nutrition facts for a specific vegetables. I've also included links to healthy recipes.

Broccoli Sprouts

Broccoli sprouts are immature broccoli plants that may be a good source of phytochemicals. Do they have any special health benefits? Learn more.

Black Eyed Peas

Black eyed peas are legumes served in a variety of dishes. Here's a list of the nutritional values for black eyed peas.

Bok Choy

Bok choy is used in stir fry and many Asian dishes. Learn more about the nutritional values for bok choy.

Healthy Foods: Endive

Nutrition and calorie information for endive.


Rutabega a purple an white root vegetable. Here's a list of the nutritional values for one serving of rutabaga.

Yellow Sweet Corn

Sweet corn is delicious and popular, especially in the summer time when you can eat it right from the cob. Here's a look at the nutritional values of yellow sweet corn.


Kale has vitamins, minerals and phytochemical antioxidants. Learn more about the health benefits of kale. I also have links to recipes that feature kale.


Spinach contains fiber, vitamins, minerals and is low in calories. Learn more about spinach and find some recipes that feature spinach.

Iceberg and Romaine Lettuce

Iceberg and romaine lettuce are commonly used in salads. Learn more about the nutritional value of these two greens.

Sweet Potatoes

Sweet potatoes are rich in vitamin A, related phytochemicals and fiber. They're deliciously sweet and easy to prepare.


Broccoli is a superfood . It contains nutrients, fibers and phytochemicals, and it's low in calories. Here's the nutrition information for broccoli.

Sweet Corn

Yellow or white sweet corn is a delicious summer vegetable. Compare the nutritional values for white and yellow sweet corn.
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