Cholesterol in Vegetables
The favorite choice for the term "Vegetables" is 1 package of Mixed Vegetables (Frozen) which has no cholesterol. The amount of cholesterol for a variety of types and serving sizes of Vegetables is shown below.
Popular Types of Vegetables

Leafy & Salad Vegetables (1 cup serving)
Cholesterol(mg)
Arugula (Rocket) -
Brussels Sprouts -
Cabbage -
Cilantro (Coriander) -
Cos or Romaine Lettuce -
Green Peas -
Mushrooms -
Spinach -
Fruiting & Flowering Vegetables (1 cup serving)
Cholesterol(mg)
Broccoli -
Cauliflower -
Chili Peppers -
Cucumber -
Eggplant -
Green Peppers -
Pumpkin -
Squash -
Sweet Red Peppers -
Tomatoes -
Yellow Sweet Corn -
Zucchini -
Root & Tuberous Vegetables (1 cup serving)
Cholesterol(mg)
Beets -
Carrots -
Parsnips -
Potatoes -
Radishes -
Sweet Potatoes -
Turnips -
Yam -
Bulb & Stem Vegetables (1 cup serving)
Cholesterol(mg)
Asparagus -
Celery -
Leeks -
Onions -
Mixed Vegetables
Cholesterol(mg)
1 package (10 oz) Frozen Mixed Vegetables -
1 cup Canned Mixed Vegetables -
1 cup Cooked Vegetables -

Other Common Vegetables

Cholesterol(mg)
Artichoke -
Baby Carrot -
Bok Choy -
Green Cauliflower -
Yellow Sweet Pepper -


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