(HealthDay News) -- Cartoon lore was correct about spinach being
good for you. The green, leafy veggie is rich in essential vitamins
and nutrients, and is a great source of fiber.
The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics offers this advice about
buying and preparing spinach: For maximum nutrition, buy spinach fresh.Frozen spinach, if fresh isn't available, will retain most of
its nutrients.Just before serving, always wash fresh spinach carefully.Store unwashed spinach loosely in a plastic bag in the
refrigerator's crisper, where it will last about four days.
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