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Eat Cauliflower

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Cauliflower is a vegetable from the same family as broccoli, collard greens, and kale. Many people think cauliflower is the white version of broccoli because of how similar they look. They are both cooked the same way and both can be eaten raw. Although there are many similarities between the two, broccoli contains vitamin A while cauliflower does not. However, cauliflower has less calories than broccoli!

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Possible Benefits

  • Promotes good digestive health
  • Helps maintain a healthy weight
  • Decreases risk of metabolic syndrome
  • May reduce cancer risk
  • Good for immune function
  • Beneficial for brain health
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Required Equipment

Fresh supply of cauliflower

Cooking utensils (if cooking)

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How to Do It

Can be eaten boiled, steamed, grilled, or baked. Also popular raw with dips such as ranch or hummus

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Why it works

  • High in fiber
  • Reduces inflammation
  • High in Antioxidants
  • High in choline
  • High in Vitamin C
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Time Commitment

5-10 minutes

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

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Suggested Frequency

Several times per week

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Time of Day

With meals or as a snack

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Celebrities Doing it

Blake Lively

Kim Kardashian

Mel B

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Possible Side Effects

Excessive eating may cause:

Bloating and flatulence

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  • If you like cauliflower check out “HB - Eat Broccoli”
  • Cauliflower can be colored white, orange, green or even purple!
  • Cauliflower is made up of over 90% water 
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