Pixie tangerines are small and mighty, yet they have a higher amount of some vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants compared to oranges. Surprisingly, pixie tangerines may contain more vitamin C and A, which could help fight against common colds. Its’ high amount of fiber could help with colon cancer and possibly heart disease. With the higher…

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Green onions, also called scallions, are a type of onion that has a mild taste. This vegetable can be eaten either raw or cooked and are available all year round. Most importantly, green onions are nutritionally beneficial in many ways. Green onions contain riboflavin, folate, vitamin B-12, iron and calcium. Further research also indicates that…

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The sweet and crunchy snap pea is rich in antioxidants, fiber, vitamin C, and folate, among other nutrients, and adds a delightful texture to many dishes, when used either cooked or raw. It also has vitamin K, a key nutrient for bone health. The most common way is to quickly sauté or toss into stir-fries…

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