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Eat Broccoli

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Broccoli was created from crossbreeding other plants sometime around the age of the Roman Empire. Although it originated in Europe, broccoli is now grown all around the world. It is a bitter tasting vegetable that is full of fiber and is a great source of vitamins and minerals.

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How to Do It

Bake, steam, microwave, boil, grill, roast. Also popular raw - sometimes with dips like ranch or hummus

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  • Immune boosting Vitamin C
  • Vitamin A
  • Prevent heart disease and diabetes
  • May reduce cellular aging
  • May help to decrease inflammation 
  • May help protect against cancer
  • Promotes healthy digestion
  • Supports healthy brain function
  • Promote healthy bones, joints, and teeth
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Time Commitment

5-10 minutes

Preparation, cooking, and eating time varies by method used.

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Why it works

  • Regulates blood sugar levels
  • High in antioxidant glucoraphanin
  • High in flavonoids
  • High in fiber, which is a potent healthy prebiotic
  • Variety of vitamins and minerals such as calcium, Vitamin K,A,C, and zinc
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Suggested Frequency

Multiple times per week as you would any vegetable

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Side Effects

Excessive consumption may cause:

Bloating or flatulence

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Required Equipment

Fresh supply of broccoli

Cooking utensils (if cooking)

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Gurus/Celebrities/Doing it

Miley Cyrus

Joaquin Phoenix

Pamela Anderson

Ellen DeGeneres

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Mayim Bialik

Brad Pitt

Novak Djokovic

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Related Products

Eat Berries , Eat Asparagus, Eat Garlic, Eat Artichokes, Eat Arugula, Eat Cauliflower

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Suggested Time of Day

Meal time or as a healthy snack

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  • If you like broccoli check out “HB - Eat Cauliflower”
  • Broccoli contains vitamin A. Cauliflower does not!
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