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BUNNIEBUILDER Posts: 120
9/19/13 6:15 P

Thank you DIETITIANBECKY for clarifying this topic for me :) I wont be worried about cooking my veggies for now on!

DIETITIANBECKY Posts: 28,070
9/19/13 5:27 P

As a dietitian, I don't necessarily agree with the content in the shared link.
While there is some nutrient loss for certain vitamins---cooking can actually enhance absorption of some phytochemicals, etc.

Bottom line...eat veggies, in a variety of ways.
prepare/serve veggies in a way that you enjoy them.
If using some water in the preparation---save it to use for a soup, stew, smoothie, etc.

Just eat your veggies (fresh, cooked, frozen, canned) and enjoy!

Becky
Your SP Registered Dietitian

BUNNIEBUILDER Posts: 120
9/19/13 4:25 P

Thank you so much for that link!

ARANYANI Posts: 113
9/19/13 4:16 P

There is some loss, but steaming is better than other cooking methods.

Here's some good information:
whfoods.org/genpage.php?tname=george&dbid=
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BUNNIEBUILDER Posts: 120
9/19/13 3:55 P

Okay, so I've heard many times over the internet that cooking and/or steaming veggies kill the vitamins and nutrients - Is this true?

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