It’s gluten free, and research shows it’s high in antioxidants and carotenoids that are associated with eye health. If it’s not farmer’s market season, buy it frozen, then thaw it and toss it in your salad or cook it up as a side. “Go easy on the butter or drizzle it with olive oil.”
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