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Nutrition Facts about Radishes

Black radishes on cutting board

Black radishes on cutting board

Black radishes on cutting board

Black radishes on cutting board

Radishes are low in calories and carbohydrates, and high in fiber, making them a popular alternative to starches on low carbohydrate diets. Additionally, they are high in vitamin C and provide a rich amount of potassium, calcium, and even a little iron.

Here is the nutrition information for one cup of raw radishes:

Nutritional Facts Radish

Source: https://www.nutritionvalue.org/Radish%2C_raw_75125000_nutritional_value.html

Here are some of the best compounds in radishes:

Fiber: Radishes are high in fiber, which is essential for a healthy diet. One serving of radishes provides 6% of your Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA).

Iron: Iron helps transport oxygen in your red blood cells. One serving of radishes provides 2% of the RDA.

Potassium: Potassium is important for heart health. One serving of radishes provides 6% of the RDA.

Vitamin C: The vitamin C in radishes is an antioxidant necessary for immune system and skin health because it protects your cells against damage. Just half a cup of radishes contains 14% of your RDA.

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