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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She also raised 200 quails to get protein-rich eggs and iron and vitamin-rich meat.
Neiman Marcus is carrying jane iredale's full category range in select stores and online, including nourishing skincare, healthy makeup and targeted, vitamin-rich beauty supplements.
The African Yam Bean, the Desert Date and Ber (a stocky tree with a vitamin-rich berry) exemplify the paradigm.
Pick the young tender leaves of orach, salsify and miner's lettuce for a delicious and vitamin-rich spring salad or stir-fry.
He added: "The new product combines the best of both worlds: highly nutritive laban and vitamin-rich fruits.
Yet getting the proper nutrients may be especially challenging for Americans, whose typical diet is notoriously high in fats, sugars, and processed foods, and low in vitamin-rich fruits, vegetables, and cereals.
The vitamin-rich soap is then hand-stirred and set out to cure.
In general, experts recommend vitamin-rich fruits, vegetables, and whole grains to give your body the nutrients it needs to heal.
True, the front label makes it look like each chip has a couple of slices of the vitamin-rich veggie.
What's needed is an increased, not decreased, bulwark of trees to hold the remaining dunes together, planted in conjunction with sea buckthorn to provide vitamin-rich food for the red squirrels - a massive tourist attraction.
Dietitian and sports nutrition expert Lisa Moskovitz recommends that at any given meal you should fill half your plate with vitamin-rich fruits and vegetables.
Tangerines, nectarines and guava: vitamin-rich fruits.