Why You Should Consume Broccoli Every Third Day?
Broccoli is one of the bestselling vegetable in the United States, in the last 25 years.
By regularly consuming this amazing healthy vegetable you will be able to reduce the chances of dealing with any kind of heart-related diseases and health conditions, diabetes type 2, as well as several types of cancer.
Thanks to flavonoids, that can be found in this super-ingredient, our organism is able to fight against diseases more easily.
By consuming broccoli every third day you will definitely strengthen you entire organism and immune system, then, reduce inflammations and also to improve and stimulate the function of the overall cardiovascular system.
According to the nutrient value, in 100 grams of broccoli there are only 28 calories, and 3 grams of protein. When it comes to supplying your organism with the daily recommended doses of certain compounds, broccoli contains 67% of the daily dose for vitamin C, 20% of vitamin А and even 110% of vitamin К. Besides all this, this extremely healthy vegetable contains numerous nutrients that possess very powerful anti-cancer properties, small amount of selenium, thiamine, riboflavin, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, fiber, folic acid and manganese.
Also, broccoli contain huge amount of phenolic compounds (these are antioxidants that posses the ability to reduce the risk of stroke, cancer, cardiovascular diseases and health conditions and are the key element in the fight against different types of inflammations that could occur in the organism).
The phenols are tasteless and stable, meaning they cannot be destroyed by high temperature. When we consume these compounds, our organism absorbs them and sends them into certain parts of the body, or it stores them into the liver. Then, they are spreading throughout the bloodstream, thus reducing the inflammations with anti-oxidative activity.
The human organism cannot produce phenols on its own, which means, we need to enter these compounds through the food we consume. The best choice for achieving this is consuming vegetables from the family of cabbages. Doctors recommend us to consume these vegetables, especially broccoli, on every third day.