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Microsoft Start Health Logo By Soraya Ziou, Helen Tieu, Toni Tran, Roseane M Silva, Leticia Soares of Microsoft Start Health | Slide 1 of 5: Expert opinion from Soraya ZiouBachelor - Nutrition Sciences & Dietetics · 9 years of experience · CanadaWhen eaten in small portions, prepared mustard provides very few nutrients. On the other hand, a 30 ml serving of prepared mustard is found to be a good source of selenium, a good source of iron for men and a source of iron for women.→ See more questions and expert answers related to Mustard.→ Love Mustard? Get nutritional facts, tips from health experts, and moreThis is for information purpose only, and should not be considered as a substitute for medical expertise. These are opinions from an external panel of individual doctors, and not to be considered as opinion of Microsoft. Please seek professional help regarding any health conditions or concerns.

Expert opinion from Soraya Ziou

Bachelor - Nutrition Sciences & Dietetics · 9 years of experience · Canada

When eaten in small portions, prepared mustard provides very few nutrients. On the other hand, a 30 ml serving of prepared mustard is found to be a good source of selenium, a good source of iron for men and a source of iron for women.

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