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Onion: Experts weigh in on health benefits, nutrition facts, and more

Microsoft Start Health Logo By Leticia Soares, Felicitas Bouche Ocampo of Microsoft Start Health | Slide 2 of 6: Benefits by Felicitas Bouche OcampoOnion is rich in dietary fiber (specifically high in fructans and frutooligosaccharides) and flavonols (as quercetin, for example), with potential benefits such as antioxidant, antimicrobial and cardioprotective effects.→ Onion: How much is too much? Experts weigh in.→ Love Onion? 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.

Benefits by Felicitas Bouche Ocampo

  • Onion is rich in dietary fiber (specifically high in fructans and frutooligosaccharides) and flavonols (as quercetin, for example), with potential benefits such as antioxidant, antimicrobial and cardioprotective effects.

Onion: How much is too much? Experts weigh in.

Love Onion? Get nutritional facts, tips from health experts, and more

This 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.
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