health benefits of asparagus

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August 12, 2016

Health Benefits of Fresh Asparagus

If you love fresh veggies, once growing season is in gear, there is no better place to go than the local vendors to load up on local produce.  One of the first vegetables available in Spring is fresh asparagus.  While this valuable veggie is available year-round, Spring is the peak season for taste.  Crops are harvested beginning in late February through June, with April as the prime month. When choosing asparagus, however, pick green asparagus as it is much more beneficial than white.  It is the stalk of this veggie which packs a punch in terms of nutrients and goodness.