What is the nutritional value of corn?

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Corn has numerous nutritional values in diet since it is low in saturated fat and cholesterol, in addition to sodium. It is also a good supply of dietary fibre, thiamine and foliate. Corn can be made into a number of healthy snacks. The best example is popcorn.
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What Is the Nutritional Value of Corn?
In order to get fresh corn of the highest nutritional value, choose an ear that has a husk with a bright green color with very little brown or yellow. Pull down part of the husk to look inside for any bugs and make sure the kernels are plump. Maintain... More »
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The nutritional value of corn is iron, copper, manganese, zinc, magnesium and phosphorus. As far as vitamins you will find the B vitamins in it which are thiamin, B6 niacin, riboflavin, and folate along with some vitamin A and E. You can find more info at: www.organicfacts.net
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