Whole foods: the nutritional benefits of zucchinis


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With just 27 calories per cup, 2g protein and 2g of fibre, zucchini are one of the lowest calorie, yet nutrient dense vegetables available.

Zucchinis are high in beta carotene, Vitamins B6, C and folate as well as magnesium, potassium and even copper.

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Zucchinis are exceptionally high in water and goes soggy easily and for this reason, light stir frying or baking without added water is the best cooking method.

One of the best uses for zucchini is as a low carb alternative to pasta, so slice in strips, lightly saute and enjoy with your fav pasta sauce for a tasty, low carb dinner choice.

Recipe: Zucchini Bolognese

Click here to try my Shape Me, by Susie Burrell recipe for Zucchini Bolognese.

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