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Do Vegetables Lose Their Nutrients When They Are Dehydrated?

After vegetables are dehydrated, although they will lose some water and some water-soluble nutrients, they do not completely lose all nutritional value. When vegetables are dehydrated, their nutrient density may increase because they lose weight, so the same weight of dehydrated vegetables may contain more nutrients. In addition, some nutrients, such as dietary fiber and certain vitamins, may be relatively stable and remain present to a certain extent even during dehydration.

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Still, dehydrating vegetables can result in the loss of some nutrients, especially water-soluble vitamins (such as vitamin C and B vitamins) and minerals (such as potassium and calcium). But while some nutrients may be reduced, dehydrated vegetables can still be a nutrient-dense food choice, especially if fresh vegetables are not available.
Therefore, dehydrated vegetables can serve as a convenient alternative, and although they may not contain as many nutrients as fresh vegetables, they can still provide a level of nutritional value under proper storage and use conditions.

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