Bring on the Broccoli: 2 Reasons Why You Should

Broccoli Tarts

Broccoli, “Trees”, “Dinosaur Bushes”, or  “The Other Gaseous Vegetable” are just a few of the names this wonderful green vegetable goes by. And, while it may sometimes be a challenge to get your kids (or yourself) to eat it, it’s well worth the effort because broccoli is excellent for your health. So, bring on the broccoli! Discover tasty ways to add this superfood to your meal plan with some of our best broccoli recipes, and learn more about the health benefits of this healthful veggie below.

You’ll love these BROCCOLI RECIPES:
Slow Cooker Broccoli Cheddar Soup
Chicken and Broccoli Pasta Toss Recipe
Broccoli Tarts
Broccoli Basil Cream Soup


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1. Broccoli is Proving to be a Real Contender in the Cancer Fight

“In a new study, researchers found compounds in broccoli and other cruciferous vegetables called isothiocyanates (ITCs) appear to target and block mutant p53 genes associated with cancer growth.” (Source)

2. Broccoli Has as Much Calcium as a Glass of Milk and More Vitamin C Than an Orange

Love it or hate it, you should be eating it!

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2 Comments on "Bring on the Broccoli: 2 Reasons Why You Should"

  1. tommy  September 26, 2013

    howdy yolks! broccoli mash(steamed 4mins)spread on whole meal STONE GROUND bread ,better,as the grain is ground at low temperature,with butter and marmite.regards tommy g.starfire (songwriter)


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