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Calorie Count and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration offer information about different vegetables and their benefits. Organic Facts is another source of information about the nutritional value of certain vegetables. More »

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On Ranker.com, as of July 2015, the following vegetables were voted as the top ten items. In alphabetical order, they are: broccoli, carrot, corn, cucumber, garlic, green bean, onion, pea, potato, and tomato. More »

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An alphabetical list of vegetables can be accessed by visiting the EDIS website, hosted by the University of Florida, or by visiting we-grow-it-organically.com. Both websites contain extensive information on vegetables, ... More »

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Homemade hummus has 27 calories in each 1-tablespoon serving, while commercially produced hummus has 23 calories in a tablespoon, according to Calorie Count. Additionally, each tablespoon of hummus has approximately 1.3 ... More »

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Foods that contain good carbs include corn, whole-grain foods, sourdough bread and vegetables. More foods containing good carbs include sweet potatoes; legumes, such as lentils, peas and beans; milk; and fruit. More »

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The foods with the highest levels of vitamin A include sweet potatoes, carrots and dark green leafy vegetables, such as kale and spinach. Vitamin A is an important nutrient for keeping a person's immune system and vision... More »

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