Do you wonder if you should be buying fresh fruits and vegetables and the preparation that ensues? Or do you think that maybe sometimes (or all the time!) you can buy frozen and have the preparation done for you. This article, from Health Nut News, shows that, unless you can pick food direct from your garden, there is little difference between buying fresh produce from the grocery store, and buying frozen. Each has a few pros and cons, but the bottom line is very similar. See what you think after reading this article…
They’re full of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, all of which can improve health.
Eating more fruits and vegetables may even help protect against heart disease.
Fresh produce may not always be available, and frozen varieties are a convenient alternative.
However, their nutritional value may differ.
This article compares the nutrient content of fresh and frozen fruits and vegetables.
Read on for nutritional information on both…