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November 2008 Issue

All Pumpkin Rocks

Both canned and fresh pumpkin are nutritious choices; both are low in calories, virtually sodium-free and excellent sources of fiber, vitamin A as beta-carotene, and choline, an often-overlooked but critical B vitamin. Both also provide potassium, important for blood pressure.

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