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Fresh and Processed Vegetables, Which One is Better Health?

Posted by Rifki Hakim Tuesday, 1 October 2013

Fruits are healthier if consumed in fresh form. So what about the vegetables? Apparently some vegetables are healthier if consumed in fresh or processed form.

These vegetables are recommended to be consumed in processed form, especially the steamed. Because asparagus steamed able to pull out potent compounds against cancer.

Beet lost 25 percent of folate when cooked. So beets should be eaten in the form of fresh to keep the nutrients contained.

Just like beets, broccoli is best consumed in the fresh form. Because there are special compounds in fresh broccoli that can cleanse the liver from toxins cause cancer.

When eating mushrooms, be sure to cook it first. Whether it's boiled, baked, or steamed, mushroom contains more potassium after processed into food.

Enough slices and meal directly in the form of fresh onions. Nutritious content of compounds in fresh onions so much more than if the food is cooked.

Red peppers
Vitamin C in red pepper would be destroyed if fried or baked at temperatures above 190 degrees Celsius. Therefore, consumption of red peppers in fresh form.

Spinach needs to be processed into food if you want to get the nutrients calcium, iron, and magnesium are higher. While fresh spinach contain nutrients that are not too high

What about tomatoes, healthier eaten directly or processed first? Apparently the answer is cooked because it contains cancer-fighting nutrients in processed tomatoes is much higher than that of fresh.

That turned out a variety of vegetables are healthier if eaten in fresh form, while others are recommended to be consumed after being processed.


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