Derby, England -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/20/2017 -- Everyone knows that vegetables are good for us; however, what many people do not know is how to cook them in the healthiest way possible. In line with this the Mail Online has recently uploaded an article which discusses the healthiest method to cook vegetables, with the intention of allowing all to become healthier and thus in turn happier.
A high number of people currently boil their veggies, but this can result in vegetables losing a lot of their vitamin and nutrient value. Instead of boiling vegetables the article urges people to eat raw where possible for maximum nutritional benefit, or for vegetables that need cooking, to consider pressure-cooking or steaming.
According to experts pressure-cooking and steaming vegetables is incredibly healthy, and allows for the highest number of nutrients to be trapped for us to enjoy.
A spokesperson and representative from one of the UK's leading hydroponics suppliers, Tropicanna Horticulture, was incredibly keen to comment, "Not only is it vital for people to ensure that they start to cook their vegetables in the healthiest ways possible but also that they grow them in the greatest ways too. Hydroponic growing holds the ability to grow vegetables better, larger, tastier and healthier than ever before, and as passionate hydroponics experts should anyone require any information about this or have any questions, we are only ever a phone call away."
About Tropicanna Horticulture
Tropicanna Horticulture is the biggest hydroponics and horticultural shop in Derbyshire, as well as the fastest growing hydroponics store online. With an incredible reputation, fantastic products and amazing prices, many people come to Tropicanna Horticulture time and time again to fulfil their hydroponics needs, and you could too. For full details regarding the company and to browse their fabulous and comprehensive collections simply take a look at their website today.
Company name: Tropicanna Horticulture Ltd
Contact name: Mike Stimpson
Tel: 01332 348787
Address: Unit 1A, Upperdale Yard Colombo Street Derby DE23 8LW