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All about “Lamb’s lettuce / Chewed up”

April 29, 2020

Nutritional value of lamb’s lettuce   Lamb’s lettuce, raw, 1 cup (250 ml) / 60 g Calories 12 Protein 1.2g Carbohydrates 2.1g Fat 0.2g Dietary fiber No data available Glycemic load  : no data available Antioxidant power  : good, but exact data not available Source  : Health Canada. Canadian Nutrient File , 2010. Lamb’s lettuce health profile Nicknamed sweet , lamb’s lettuce is a vegetable […]

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All about ” Lentils / Lens”: green, brown, coral

April 28, 2020

The lentil has been part of human nutrition since prehistoric times. Enthroned among legumes with the smallest size, the lentil has the advantage of requiring a shorter cooking time than the majority of legumes. We know better the green or brown lens that we sometimes use in soups, but we also find on tablets the coral lens […]

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All about “Laurel”, a flavouring with many benefits

April 28, 2020

Laurel is a flavoring that is found in many dishes of French cuisine. It is part of the famous bouquet garni that is found in many dishes in sauce. Native to the Mediterranean basin, we find laurel all year round on our stalls. Characteristics of laurel: Source of antioxidants; Low in calories; Replaces salt in low sodium […]

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All about “Lettuce”

April 28, 2020

Nutritional value of lettuce   Curly lettuce, raw, shredded, 1 cup (250 ml) / 60 g Iceberg lettuce, raw, shredded, 1 cup (250 ml) 75 g / 250 ml Romaine lettuce, raw, shredded, 1 cup (250 ml) / 60 g Calories 9 11 10 Protein 0.8g 0.7 g 0.7 g Carbohydrates 1.7g 2.3 g 2.0 […]

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All about “Litchi”

April 13, 2020

Description of the lychee The lychee is a fruit from a tree called Litchi chinensis , a species of tropical tree native to southern China 1 . This tree can reach up to 20 meters and produces large quantities of lychees, from 100 to 150 kg per year. It is also grown in India, Thailand, South Africa, Israel, Mexico, Australia and […]

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All about “Lobster”

April 12, 2020

Health profile Lobster has a very interesting nutritional value, being a source of several vitamins and minerals, such as copper, selenium, zinc and vitamin B12. Active ingredients and properties The active ingredients in lobster have not been the subject of specific research. However, we note a few studies showing interesting results on the benefits of eating […]

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