vitamin-rich

vitamin-rich

adj
(of a food or diet) containing a lot of vitamins or a lot of a particular vitamin
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A vitamin-rich dish is the Gotu Kola Mallung, which is a type of salad.
Vegetables provided the wartime diet both in North America and Europe, where vitamin-rich carrots, cabbages, and potatoes nourished millions.
Tenio, the mini-kitchen would ensure daily regular and timely feeding intervention of nutritious and vitamin-rich meals to children where malnutrition is also common in hard-to-reach and depressed areas.
The open-grilled lasagna is made with vegetable pave or finely sliced root vegetables balanced with vitamin-rich spinach and moringa or malunggay, which contains more protein than dairy.
Sisley So Intense PS43, sisley-paris.com HHH HH THIS masacara promises not only instant volume and and length, but eyelashes that 'are visibly longer and thicker, day after day' thanks to a vitamin-rich peptide formula.
In general, if your diet contains plenty of fruits, vegetables, and other vitamin-rich foods, you may not need supplements.
A newly-crafted kare burosu ramen features on the menu vitamin-rich vegetables in a curried broth, accompanied by shichimi coated silken tofu, brought to life with a kick of chilli and a fresh coriander garnish.
As nutritionists advice, we should include vitamin-rich greens in our diet and avoid cholestrol-giving whites.
Your diet should include vitamin-rich cruciferous vegetables, fresh fruit, fish containing omega 3 fatty acids and other superfoods that can boost your immune system and help you recover faster in times of illness.
He said, 'Pregnant women should eat calcium and vitamin-rich food.