25 High Nutrition Vegetables

#08 – Radishes – Four radishes (4 calories, 0 gram fat):

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The radish is a palatable root vegetable of the Brassicaceae family that was tamed in Europe in pre-Roman times. Radishes are developed and expended all through the world, being for the most part eaten crude as a crunchy plate of mixed greens vegetable. They have various assortments, shifting in size, flavor, shading, and time allotment they take to develop. In a 100 gram serving, crude radishes give 16 calories and have a direct measure of vitamin C (18% of Daily Value), with other fundamental supplements in low substance.  Radishes are an amazing wellspring of Potassium (767mg), Vitamin C (74mg), Folate (95mcg) and Magnesium (54mg).