With the advent two freezers were able to keep our food lasting longer than ever before but is there a difference between fresh and frozen produce in terms of nutrition which should you be eating your instinct may be the show though. of course pressured is better it's fresh and you may be right
but it's highly depended on the circumstances in many instances. if you take off the shelf in a grocery store has been harvested underwrite to avoid damage during travel time this means it hasn't yet reached
its peak nutrition furthermore the minute was picked its nutritional content began to deteriorate
the food is then loaded on a truck boat or plane travels for days and wait on a shelf for you to choose it after which me sit in your fridge for a few more days before being even
over this period a potentially weeks the food millie is up to 50 percent
up its nutritional value frozen foods on the other hand are picked when they're
right and frozen immediately. another quick freeze process does affect some other vitamin content
it is essentially freezes or lost most of the nutrients in place next to the fresh produce that has been sitting around for weeks. there's no doubt that frozen foods can contain more nutrition particularly during the month that local produce is not in season and traveling far distances in a series of studies
after three days of storage frozen broccoli had higher levels of vitamin C
and beta-carotene, frozen blueberries were much higher in poly be northern anthocyanins
it presents both scored higher on on the treatments.
of course be picking fresh vegetable from your garden or get it from a local
farmers market and he did that day nothing can quite compared to both the nutrition and the taste
but in lesser able to shop every few days frozen produce can be a great nutritionally compatible.