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Leftover butternut squash can easily be turned into a tasty and filling “bread”. One cup of this slightly sweet, slightly nutty orange gem has 6.6 grams of fiber, over 4 times the daily recommendation of vitamin A and over ½ of the daily recommended dose of vitamin C. Plus, it contains both soluble and insoluble fiber (the only winter squash that can boast about this), which improves digestive health, maintains healthy cholesterol and aids in the absorption of vitamins and minerals.
by Joanne Perez, MS, RDN, LD

Leftover butternut squash can easily be turned into a tasty and filling “bread”. One cup of this slightly sweet, slightly nutty orange gem has 6.6 grams of fiber, over 4 times the daily recommendation of vitamin A and over ½ of the daily recommended dose of vitamin C. Plus, it contains both soluble and insoluble fiber (the only winter squash that can boast about this), which improves digestive health, maintains healthy cholesterol and aids in the absorption of vitamins and minerals.


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