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Lettuce : Food Network

Iceberg lettuce gets a bad rap for having few nutrients. In part that's because it has more water by weight than any other food (96 percent). But other types of lettuce — like Romaine and butter lettuce — are virtually just as hydrating, plus they offer way more vitamin A (80 percent of the daily va...

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