I've been eating a lot of grapes, and suddenly saw on WHFoods that grapes are high in manganese. Nutritiondata confirms this. Yet, when I look at the nutritional value of "European type grapes" there is practically no manganese! How do I know what kind my grapes are, and why are they so different in nutrient composition?
It'd be handy to know that I'm having enough manganese daily.
Wikipedia says grapes contain 4% of the RDA of manganese I don't know what data they used, but I'm pretty sure they're talking about seedless ones.
asked byKorion (8938)
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on March 24, 2012
at 06:48 PM
Iceberg lettuce has been bred for crispiness. Mostly water. Romaine lettuce has much more nutrients.