Broccoli is an all-purpose multivitamin for the body, plus it contains bioavailable trace minerals and other nutrients that enhance all body systems, including the entire immune system. Nature made broccoli in this way, with a balance that can’t be matched, to offer a little something for every organ, gland, bone, nerve, and more in the body.
Cruciferous vegetables, including broccoli, but also cabbage, collard greens, broccoli rabe, cauliflower, brussels sprouts, kale, arugula, and mustard greens, are especially good for lung health; because of their sulfur-rich nature, every single vegetable in this family restores and stimulates the growth of lung tissue. Sulfur is one of the only minerals that branches out into other forms of itself—a chemical process that science has discovered at a surface level and has yet to tap into in its full meaning.
Cruciferous vegetables contain two types of sulfur, one in macromineral form and the other as an accompanying micro-sulfur trace mineral. Together they permeate lung tissue to help stimulate growth, regeneration, and healing, and they also restore and recover lung scar tissue. Crucifers are also rich in vitamins such as B vitamins and A, C, and E.
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Enjoy broccoli raw or steamed, in salads, as a crudité with a healthy dip, stir-fried, in soups, and so on. Broccoli can also be enjoyed baked, although you’ll receive more benefits from broccoli when it’s raw or steamed.
For more information on the healing properties of broccoli and the symptoms and conditions it can help with, check out the New York Times best-selling book, Medical Medium Life-Changing Foods: Save Yourself and the Ones You Love with the Hidden Healing Powers of Fruits & Vegetables, and the other books in the Medical Medium series.
This item posted: 26-Oct-2021
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