Broccoli Messages

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Broccoli is part of the cabbage family along with Brussels sprouts, cauliflower and Bok choy.  It originated in Italy and is part of a Mediterranean diet.

  1. Broccoli contains more cancer-fighting phytonutrients when eaten raw than cooked.
  2. Broccoli is an excellent source of vitamin C, fiber and beta-carotene.
  3. Broccoli contains the anti-inflammatory flavonoid kaempferol, which may aid in preventing cancer, heart disease and adult-onset diabetes.
  4. Broccoli is extremely versatile and can be eaten raw, steamed or roasted.
  5. One cup of broccoli provides just 31 calories.

Lisa Andrews, MED, RD, LD submitted these wonderful messages that you can use in social media and classes. Premium members can find over 90 recipes for broccoli here complete with nutrition facts and a handout making button.

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