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Frozen Vegetables — Should we Eat them? Are They Healthy?

Vegetables are the most consumed food on the planet. There are two types of vegetables. Fresh vegetables and frozen vegetables. Frozen vegetables are an alternative to fresh vegetables.

Frozen vegetables are more convenient and cheaper. They have more life and easier to prepare.

Many are confused about the health benefits of frozen vegetables. 

In this article, we will discuss this. For more food and health-related blogs, visit the best food blogs.

Nutritional Value:

Usually, vegetables are frozen immediately after harvesting. They retain many nutrients. According to some studies they can keep many of their nutrients even for 2 months.

The theory is not the same for all the vegetables. According to research, some vegetables will lose a significant amount of the nutrients and some will not.

Even some vegetables will increase the number of nutrients. For example, fresh broccoli is le lesser in riboflavin than frozen broccoli and fresh peas are higher in vitamins than frozen peas.

You will not see a significant difference in the nutritional value of fresh spinach and frozen spinach. The same case is for green beans. 

Frozen kale is rich in antioxidants than fresh kale.

Some cooking methods, such as stir-frying, microwaving, and boiling can reduce the value of nutrients in vegetables.

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Conclusion:

Not all vegetables are the same and not all vegetables grow in the same way. Some are high in nutrients when fresh and some are high in nutrients when frozen.

Consume as many vegetables as you could to get a good amount of the nutrients. People are following a vegan diet to stay healthy.

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