Well, spinach contains a lot of good vitamins and minerals that is good for your health. It contains Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B6, potassium, calcium, zinc, phytonutrients, lutein, and zeaxanthin. To find out what any of these main ingredients are, Google what is and then the ingrediant or how is the ingrediant good for you? I hope this worked for you!
Yes. all plants contain chloroplasts.
Leaves are eaten in spinach. These are fleshy, green and contain lots of iron.
No. Plain spinach does not contain any cholesterol (cholesterol is an animal fatty acid).
Yes, it contains dietary fiber.
No. I have a nightshade allergy and spinach does not make me sick; I have another friend with a similar allergy who can also eat spinach. Most lists of nightshades I have found online do not contain spinach; https://secure.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/wiki/Spinach does not list Solanaceae.
No acually spinach contains more than half the amount of Iron that broccoli.
calcium, iron, zinc, magnesium, pottasium
Spinach juice is not but an acid may contain some acids (eg. oxalic acid), more than base.
Not especially. It is between 2% and 3% protein.
spinach ,kale, pumpkin seeds etc.
Green leafy vegetables such as spinach and chard contain generous levels of vitamin K.
As the spinach plant is green i.e the leaves contain chlorophyll there is starch. During photosynthesis, the plant produces glucose and that substance is then converted into starch.
Many vegetables contain vitamin K. Good examples are kale, spinach and other greens.
Yes, green peas, green leafy vegetables like kale, spinach, mixed greens contain Iron.
Spinach, avocado, peanut butter, milk, choc pudding
Anything with cheese or other dairy or spinach would be high in calcium
Its beef or chicken liver,clams or mollusks,oysters,black gram and spinach.
Florentine - this refers to foods that are cooked in the style of Florence... specifically egg, meat and fish dishes that contain spinach and, most often, a creamy Mornay-style sauce.
Dairy Products such as milk and cheese Also several vegetables like spinach.
An important nutrient would be beta carotene, which the body uses to make Vitamin A.
spinach - espinadas water spinach/river spinach, swamp cabbage, potato vine - kang-kong malabar spinach/ malabar nightshade/ ceylon spinach/ Indian spinach - alugbat
Six cups of uncooked spinach = pound of spinach
Flour and water. Pasta can also contain oil, eggs, salt, and flavouring or colouring, e.g. tomato puree for a light red colour, spinach for green, and so on.