Spinach, raw.

Spinach, raw.
Consuming spinach without cooking is a good way to preserve its nutrients, especially the vitamin C that is lost with cooking and eating them raw gives a pleasant crunchy sensation, very tasty on the palate. Spinach is a plant that is grown as a vegetable for its large amount of edible part, its leaves and stems that grow at ground level can be consumed in its entirety either raw, cooked or fried. It is a very popular food in kitchens for its great nutritional value and versatility. It is rich in vitamin A, Vitamin E and Vitamin K, various antioxidants and iodine.
Eatable percent 60%
Calories (kcal) 20kcal
Protein (g) 2.9g
Lipids (g) 0.2g
Carbohydrates (g) 1.6g
Fiber (g) 2.6g
Tiamine (mg) 0.12mg
Riboflavin (mg) 0.31mg
Niacin (mg) 2.3mg
Vitamin C (mg) 26mg
Vitamin A (mg) 533mg
Calcium (mg) 123mg
Iron (mg) 123mg
Sodium (mg) 66mg
Phosphorus (mg) 42mg
Zinc (mg) mg