We are eating 900% more broccoli than we did 20 years ago. Now why such a huge jump over the years whats so great about broccoli you ask? Well Lets get down to the nitty gritty Does anyone remember there mother always saying eat your veggies especially the broccoli. When you eat broccoli, you’re getting dozens, maybe even hundreds, of super-nutrients that support optimal, body-wide health.
Broccoli contains phytochemicals shown to benefit arthritis, cancer, immune system health, blood pressure levels, vision, skin health, blood sugar disorders and much more
Eating broccoli raw, as opposed to cooked, will help protect it’s nutrients; broccoli sprouts are an even more nutritionally potent way to enjoy broccoli
You can grow your own broccoli sprouts at home inexpensively and in just a few days’ time.
In 1970, consumption of broccoli was only a half a pound per person. Today, the average person in the United States eats four and one half pounds a year. Three day old broccoli sprouts consistently contain 20 to 50 times the amount of chemoprotective compounds found in mature broccoli heads, and may offer a simple, dietary means of chemically reducing cancer risk