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Best Way to Cook Vegetables

Best Way to Cook Vegetables


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26 gedachten over “Best Way to Cook Vegetables

  1. Want to get a list of links to all the scientific sources used in this video? Click on Sources Cited at https://nutritionfacts.org/video/best-way-to-cook-vegetables. You’ll also find a transcript and acknowledgements for the video, my blog and speaking tour schedule, and an easy way to search (by translated language even) through our videos spanning more than 2,000 health topics.

  2. Great info. Thanks Doc!! Have recently been adding a green and a red bell pepper to my home made, salt free soups. Does wonders for the flavor and, now we know, the nutrition as well!

  3. Is it ok to cook at medium heat using avocado oil?

  4. Weird, I swear you have an older video that says bell peppers are better for you raw….

  5. I didn't learn anything from this video

  6. I'll probably just cook it however I feel like

  7. 2:27 That's dishonest. They go to a charity you own.

  8. 00:11 Red Pepper01:12 Mushrooms01:45 Cauliflower02:30 Lutein ‼️03:57 Frying is problematic, avoid deep frying

  9. I see a lot of you-tubers (and others) that eat high carb diets bake, air fry or cook their food at high temperatures. Is there a concern about Acrylamide?

  10. I think just o be sure mixe it up eat sometimes cooked and sometimes raw until we get definitive evidence of the best way of eating

  11. You Are AMAZING Doctor GREGER and Team

  12. Again boiling mushrooms and cauliflower etc etc… what about the water from those veggies as well?

  13. Dr Greger nearly always has his videos at 5 minutes long. Excellent decision. Others please take note. 5 minutes is long enough to make a point.

  14. okay ..so some things are beter to stir frying ..but oil is bad too so ?????? man this eating and cooking thing is so difficult sometimes

  15. This has confused me. I think I'll just keep following good vegan recipes and enjoy my food.

  16. At this point I’m studying nutritionfacts videos, not watching them

  17. “Call any vegetable and the chances are good that a vegetable will respond to you…” — Frank Zappa

  18. OK, I'll play! Steaming them is the correct answer.

  19. Can I sauté my mushrooms in butter to retain nutrients?

  20. Prefer red bell peppers to green ones and don’t boil. Microwave, steam or stir fry.Mushrooms: microwave or grill. Don’t fry or boil.Cauliflower: raw, steam, blanch,microwave, or stir fry. Don’t boil.Broccoli: much better for eyesight than cauliflower. Steam is best. Next best: boil or sous vide (boil in a plastic bag). Third best: raw. Worst: microwave.Spinach: Raw: more nutritious to purée, or finely chop, than eat whole leaf( though wouldn’t it get chewed to a purée anyway?) Cooked: steam or boil, but don’t stir fry.Purple potatoes: order of diminishing nutritional value : raw, bake, boil, microwave, steam, air fry, fry, stir fry.In general, avoid frying, especially deep frying.This is a lot to remember!

  21. Dr. Gregor, @nutritionfactsWhy do you say it’s not best to eat mushrooms raw??Why should we not eat raw mushrooms?? Are all different variety’s of mushrooms the same? Are all mushrooms not good to eat raw?? Thanks

  22. Dr.G, pls tell me bout raw VG's

  23. This is very helpful thanks!

  24. WOW!!! Simply the best narrator style I have ever heard, this casual, clear and very entertaining way to speak is properly 80% why I kept on all the way to the end, the next 15% were a great text and the last 5% was the visuals! Fantastic work!! 🙂

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