Brussels sprouts are loaded with nutrition. They’re wonderful for the joints and help with osteoporosis. Brussels sprouts help lower bad cholesterol, increase good cholesterol, purify the liver and other dense sponge organs such as the spleen. They also help purify the blood.
An ultimate liver-cleansing food, Brussels sprouts provide a vast array of chemical compounds and phytonutrients. The sulfur compounds found specifically in brussels sprouts are different from those in any other food in the cruciferous family, as they’re derived from the large mother stalk upon which the little baby brussels sprouts grow. This is some of the most powerful, beneficial sulfur for the liver; it has the ability to help loosen hardened prison cells of poisons and inherited troublemaker toxins.
Brussels sprouts’ sulfur has an ability unlike any other to cling to each poison and safely escort it out of the liver, whether through the kidneys, bile duct, or intestinal tract, staying bonded all the way until the troublemaker leaves the body. It’s a food rarity.
How To Use:
Raw brussels sprouts can be juiced or try them grated or shaved in salads. You can also enjoy them steamed, in stir-fries, and soups. They can also be enjoyed baked, however eating them raw or steamed will offer the most benefits.
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This item posted: 27-Feb-2023
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