Broccoli is a Super Food.
New research suggests that broccoli is especially good for the stomach(1,2).
Broccoli and cancer risk
The recent study, led by scientists at Johns Hopkins University, is the latest in a series of studies done in the past 10 years on the cancer-fighting potential of broccoli. (1,2)
It should be noted that broccoli sprouts have shown to be every bit as beneficial as full grown brocoli.
A different study showed that consumption of broccoli was strongly associated with a reduced risk of coronary heart disease death in postmenopausal women (3).
In yet another stydy conducted jointly with US and Chinese researchers (4), it was found that chemicals present in broccoli, cabbage, bok choy, and other cruciferous vegetables may protect against lung cancer. Researchers studied more than 18,000 men. They recorded 259 cases of lung cancer during the study's follow-up period.
Isothiocyanates are found in broccoli and other so called 'cruciferous' vegetables.
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(1) Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences May 2002:28;99(11):7610-7615
(2) Washington Post May 28, 2002; Page A04
(3) American Journal of Epidemiology May 15, 1999;149:943-949
(4) The Lancet August 26th 2000;356:724-729
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