Young Sweet Corn
Yellow corn contains carotenoids,2 which are substances that m ay help prevent coronary artery disease, certain cancers, and cataracts. In particular, yellow corn is abundant in two carotenoids, zeaxanthin and lutein, which keep eyes healthy. The m ore yellow the corn is, the m ore carotenoids it contains, since these compounds provide plants with color. Baby corn, being pale, would carry lesser amounts of these carotenoids than mature corn.
A Few Quick Serving Ideas
- Chinese Vegetables with baby sweet corn
- Broccoli and baby corn stir fry
- Baby corn and fine beans stir-fry with roasted nuts
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