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Updated 27 February 2013

Aubergine

Aubergines/brinjals not only block the formation of free radicals, it also reduces cholesterol levels. It is also a source of folic acid and potassium.

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Aubergines/brinjals not only block the formation of free radicals, it also reduces cholesterol levels. It is also a source of folic acid and potassium.

Aubergine can be cooked in casseroles, chargrilled or oven-roasted to keep its low fat properties.

Aubergine is a low fat vegetable, but it absorbs a lot of fat when it is fried. An average aubergine weighs about 300g.


Potassium 210 mg
Fibre 2 g
Folate 18 mcg
Per 100 g raw
 
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