The One Vegetable You Don’t Want To Miss Out On
There is no questioning the fact almost any vegetable you eat is a good one to be putting into your body. They are not only cholesterol free and very low in fat, their beta-carotene, vitamin C, and vitamin E content can reduce the damaging effects of cholesterol in your blood. There are no “bad eggs” in the vegetable kingdom, and all should be a part of your healthy eating plan. Some vegetables do stand out from the crowd where being extra healthy and health-promoting is concerned. One such vegetable you will want to check out? Cauliflower. (Oh no!)
Let’s look closer at what this vegetable has to offer so you can see why it is a good one to be adding to your day…
A Powerful Source of Glucosinolates.
The first significant benefit you will get from cauliflower is it is a great source of glucosinolates. What are glucosinolates? They are phytonutrients that help to support all of your body’s systems. They are beneficial for…
- Cboosting your cardiovascular health,
- assisting with your body’s digestive processes
- strengthening your immune system, as well as for lowering the level of inflammation found throughout your body.
Rich In Antioxidants
Another great thing about this vegetable? It is a very rich source of antioxidants. Cauliflower provides a powerful dose of phytonutrients, which will help combat free-radical damage and may assist in preventing the onset of oxidative related diseases. Diseases such as…
- cardiovascular disease
- cancer, and
- Alzheimer’s disease.
- High Fiber Content
Finally, like so many vegetables, cauliflower has a high dose of fiber added into the mix. Fiber helps to slow the digestion processes, keeping you feeling full and satisfied between meals. Being satisfied between meals, in turn, contributes to keeping your snacking under control, reducing your calorie intake and helping ward off excess weight gain.
A Word On Preparation.
One thing to note before you run off to start eating cauliflower is how you prepare it. It is best to avoid boiling cauliflower: where you fully submerge it in water. Doing so can cause the phytonutrients to seep out of the vegetable and into the water, rendering it far less nutritious. Instead, try…
- stir-frying, or
- even better, eating it raw
There you have a few facts on one vegetable you should be adding to your eating plan. Do you include cauliflower in your diet plan?
About the Author Paul DiPrizito
Paul E DiPrizito, aka Paul E, is a writer, researcher, inventor, and coach in many areas of health, nutrition, organization, and efficient lifestyles. He has published several articles and books over the years such as I am? And the Italian cookbook Pass the Italian Bread. His most recent Chia Seeds: An Interview with Researcher William Anderson was just released on July 1st, 2011 and has a wealth of information on Chia seeds.
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