Turnips are a vegetable.
Turnips are a member of the cruciferous family of vegetables, along with broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, collard greens and more.
When it comes to turnips, most people focus on the root, but the greens of this plant are also incredibly healthy (and have a pleasant, slightly bitter flavor).
So, are you asking the nutritional value? I guess I'm just confused. 1 cup has 36 calories, 8 g of carbs, 2 g of fiber, 5 g of sugar and loaded with vitamin C. They are good for you, so I'm thinking that is what yo are asking yourself.
What are you doing to lose th 15 pounds? Are you measuring and weighing your food portions? Working out? Are you nursing?
If you want help, let me know, I can try to help you.
As far as turnnips go, I was just wondering if you count them as a carbohydrate or on a food program count them as a bread exchange or are they strictly a vegetable exchange.
I think I am not dropping the pounds because of this medication I am taking. I am going to ask the doctor to go off it this week so after that I will see if the pounds start to drop.
I follow a food plan from my old nutritionist I think it is about 1200 calories. I have to look. I do not excercise too much.
I just notice I am eating such a good food plan but I did searches and with this medication lots have said they either gained a lot of weight or cannot loose so we shall see.
The medication I am taking is lexapro 5 mg. Atter my GD with #3, I had to take something. I love her to pieces but it was rough at first.
Thanks so much.