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Let’s look at the less known facts about broccoli. Broccoli is a nutrition-packed modern-day vegetable.

Loaded with Vitamin, Minerals, and Antioxidants. 

The exotic vegetable associated with a number of health-promoting compounds. That keeps the hormone levels in balance, protects from cancer-causing cells, and maintains the thyroid levels under control.

Why is Broccoli called Cruciferous Veggie?

Broccoli falls under the edible cruciferous family, why because the four-petaled flower looks like a cross or crucifer!

Who Should Eat Broccoli?

Broccoli diet for weight loss

Broccoli is an edible flower – vegetable. Rich in natural fibre, carbs, and other essential nutrition. 

The cruciferous vegetable regulates blood sugar, prevents constipation, smoothens digestion, prevents body overheating.

Exotic Broccoli Diet for weight loss:

100 Grams of Broccoli contains just 34 Calories.

An excellent Diet for Weight Loss.

Broccoli goes well with multiple dishes.

This cancer-fighting flower can be made into flavored global cuisine. 

Broccoli – A Super Veggie Medicine: Less know facts about Broccoli

Less known facts about Broccoli - The Cancer fighting vegetable

1.The glucosinolates present in this vegetable give out the aroma and flavor to the recipe and your body. A natural scent to your body.

2. According to the National Cancer Research Institute the glucosinolates are broken down into indoles and isothiocyanates compounds, which protect the protein cells from DNA Damage.

3. Inactive Carcinogens produces the antibacterial and anti-viral effect in the body.

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Nutrition Benefits of Broccoli :

Apart from the glucosinolates – Cancer-fighting Compound as mentioned above, 

Broccoli is also rich in, 

  1. Soluble and insoluble fibre.
  2. Vitamin C.
  3. Vitamin B9 (folate).
  4. Potassium. 
  5. Selenium.
  6. Phytochemicals.

What is the healthiest way to Eat Broccoli?

How to eat broccoli

All cruciferous vegetables including Broccoli can be eaten raw or cooked.

You can add a small portion(a cup) of Broccoli to your everyday diet in the form of Fresh Morning Salads, evening Soups, fried or strewed incorporated along with other farm-fresh vegetables. 

Such as,

100 grams of broccoli clubbed with, Farm fresh green leaves, Sprouts & Spinach or added with hand-picked farm-fresh Vegetables like sliced Radish, carrot, cucumber, tomatoes with green peas etc.

Note: Broccoli cannot support your total body nutrients requirements! 

List of Cruciferous Vegetables:

Broccoli the Cruciferous Veggie

Cruciferous vegetables include a diverse group of low calorie and healthy vegetables – that includes,

  • arugula
  • bok choy
  • broccoli
  • Brussels sprouts
  • cabbage 
  • cauliflower 
  • kale 
  • radish 
  • turnips

Enjoy the Exotic Veggies – Less known facts about Broccoli:

Broccoli is one of the best vegetables that doesn’t cause any side effects to your body. (Not recommended if your physician suggested avoiding Cruciferous Vegetables).

There is nothing like freshly harvested Broccoli from the cool mountains.

Broccoli goes well as a great garnisher along with spices and herbs 

So, include broccoli in your daily dietary intake along with other farm-fresh fruits and vegetables

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