Heads, florets, stalks and leaves
Ways to prepare
Eat broccoli fresh in salads, smoothies, juice extractions, stir-fried, steamed or added to soups or stews.
Broccoli contain carbohydrate, protein, vitamin K, vitamin C, chromium, folate, fiber, panthothenic acid, vitamin B6, vitamin E, phosphorus,manganese, choline, vitamin B2, vitamin A, potassium, copper, vitamin B1, omega -3 fats, magnesium, zinc, calcium, selenium and vitamin B3
More than 300 research studies on broccoli have converged in one unique area of health science the prevention of cancer and its relationship to three metabolic problems in the body. Those three problems are chronic inflammation, oxidative stress, and inadequate detoxification.