6 g of fiber for each container (156 g) of cooked parsnips
Another crunchy vegetable, parsnips are cream shaded root vegetables that are firmly identified with carrots. They are ordinarily eaten cooked, yet can likewise be eaten crude. In any case, they give you a lot of fiber.
Parsnips are supplement thick vegetables, containing not too bad measures of vitamins and minerals. A portion of these supplements incorporate potassium, magnesium, manganese and folate.