BROCCOLI – Nutrition Facts & Health Benefits – BRAIN FOOD | English
HEALTH BENEFITS: May Help Balance Weight, Improved Diabetes Management and Prevention, Better Heart Health, Reduced Risk of Cancer, Cell Protection.
Broccoli is considered a superfood due to its numerous benefits. Broccoli is great for heart health, it regulates blood pressure, it contains cancer protective compounds, it enhances vision, it supports hormonal balance, and it boosts the immune system. This member of the cruciferous vegetable family packs a myriad of nutrition into every bite. Broccoli is rich in vitamin c and k, fiber, protein, and folate. Its important antioxidants help prevent oxidative damage to cells, including those in your skin or cardiovascular system. Broccoli is a great match for all kinds of dishes. Serve it on the side with chicken, salmon, or lean beef. It also goes really well with roasted lemon and garlic. The key to healthy broccoli is preparation. Overcooking makes the veggie soggy and destroys all nutrient value. Lightly steaming it, will maintain its flavor, texture, and its powerful benefits. Have you ever heard the saying? With broccoli and kale you can’t fail!
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