Against Cancer. Broccoli is a very healthy food because of the high content of vitamins A and D. But also, Broccoli contains sulforaphane which has anticancer properties. Then, eat broccoli every week, it’s delicious, healthy, and you can find lots of recipes. Raw, seasoned, boiled, steamed or pureed, broccoli is tasty!
Ancient Romans developed it from the wild cabbage about the 6th century BC, and afterwards, the Roman Empire popularized it by the Mediterranean Sea. In the mid-18th century, Broccoli was brought to England from Antwerp by Peter Scheemakers. It was first introduced to the United States by Italian immigrants but didn’t become well known there until the 1920s.
However, the major producers are now California and Japan, home to two of the blue areas of longevity: Loma Linda and Okinawa, respectively.
Blue areas are the places on the planet whose inhabitants are among the longest lived in the world.
Don’t you like broccoli? Try this recipe: Make a summer salad with tender broccoli, diced tomatoes and almonds. Of course, season with olive oil, rosemary and a pinch of salt. It is very easy
Against cancer. **Remember: Sulforaphane exhibits anti cancer and anti microbial properties in experimental models. And it’s also found in Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, bok hoy, kale, collards, kohlrabi, mustard, turnip, radish, arugula, and watercress.
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“A wise man should consider that health is the greatest of human blessings, and learn how by his own thought to derive benefit from his illnesses.” Hippocrates.
Against cancer: Video with another delicious recipe, this time a little exotic: Tandoori Broccoli Recipe by ShowMeTheCurry.com. You know, broccoli! Finger-licking good is the only way we can describe this Tandoori Broccoli Dish. Serve it up as an appetizer or as a side to a meal and WOW everyone.