The health benefits of fresh raw spinach seem to have been forgotten since the rise superfoods. Commonly, when we think about spinach we think of Popeye the Sailor Man, and how spinach gave him his iconic strength. Spinach is rich in iron, vitamin K, vitamin A, vitamin C and folic acid as well as manganese, magnesium, iron and vitamin B2. BBC’s “Good Food” talks more about the nutritional value in spinach. According to the Washington Post in 2005, there was a record number of people eating spinach in their diets. They predicted that the popularity would rise in the years to come, but here it is 2017, and where has spinach gone?
I have a challenge for you– next time you go to a restaurant see if they have raw spinach on their menu. No, spinach dip does not count as much as I adore it.
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