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Sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas) is plant from family Convolvulaceae, famous as one of the oldest vegetable. Usually, it's incorrectly mixed with "yam" and "potato". There are about 400 varieties of sweet potato, but white-cream and yellow-orange fleshed are most seen. It is healthy food, mostly because of the high content of vitamin A and antioxidants.
Celery is a vegetable from the family Apiaceae which exists since antique times. In America is mostly used celery stalk, but in Europe hypocotyl of the plant, called celery root. It can prevent inflammation and dehydration, like many other diseases. It protects kidney and pancreas, but it can also cause an allergy.
Broccoli is a vegetable from the Italica Cultivar group of Brassicaceae family, family to which also belong cauliflower and cabbage. It is low in calories, but rich in vitamin C, vitamin K, dietary fiber, folate, potassium, selenium, vitamin A, manganese... There are three popular varieties: Calabrese broccoli, sprouting broccoli and purple cauliflower.
From the moment tomato was domesticated in the ancient Aztec civilization, tomato managed to infuse itself into the life and cuisine of modern humankind. Very quickly it became staple of the world food economy, enabling us all to live healthier and longer. If you were interested to learn more facts regarding tomatoes, this is the perfect place to do so.