an excellent source of bone-healthy vitamin K,
magnesium, manganese, and calcium; heart-healthy
folate, potassium, and vitamin B6;
energy-producing iron and vitamin B2; and free
radical-scavenging vitamin A (through its
concentration of beta-carotene) and vitamin C. It
is a very good source of digestion-supportive
dietary fiber, muscle-building protein,
energy-producing phosphorus, and the antioxidants
copper, zinc and vitamin E. In addition, it is a
good source of anti-inflammatory omega-3 fatty
acids, and heart-healthy niacin and selenium...
minerally, earthy flavor but is very mild.
in salads and sandwiches or best lightly cooked in
stir fries, stews and baked goods such as quiches.
leaves in plastic bags and store them in the your
refrigerator's crisper. Using this method, the
spinach should keep for three to four days.