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    MATH Health Science question?

    Hi Gays Plz Solve the Question
    Some foods naturally contain disease-fighting, health promoting properties, while others contain elements that may hinder your health goals. Find out information that may surprise you with these helpful food facts.
    * Asparagus
    * Avocado
    * Bananas
    * Beet Greens/Root
    * Broccoli
    * Celery
    * Cilantro
    * Chicory
    * Chinese Cabbage
    * Dandelion Green
    * Fennel
    How many are total NUmber of nutrition food ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shanemarable View Post
    Hi Gays Plz Solve the Question
    Some foods naturally contain disease-fighting, health promoting properties, while others contain elements that may hinder your health goals. Find out information that may surprise you with these helpful food facts.
    * Asparagus
    * Avocado
    * Bananas
    * Beet Greens/Root
    * Broccoli
    * Celery
    * Cilantro
    * Chicory
    * Chinese Cabbage
    * Dandelion Green
    * Fennel
    How many are total NUmber of nutrition food ?

    Thanks
    This is not a suitable question for MHF, it is requesting you to do your own research (or count the items on the give list).

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