Cauliflower Fights Against Diseases

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     Cauliflower is related to broccoli and cabbage, and it is a vegetable that contains a multitude of nutrients that help prevent cancer. These nutrients act efficiently, hindering cancerous cells forming. There are numerous studies that prove a clear existing connection between cauliflower and organism resistance to the disease of the century.


     Cauliflower is part of the crucifers’ family, and these types of vegetables contain izotiocianati and sulforaphane, nutrients that have the ability to prevent and stop certain types of cancer; such as breast, ovary, prostate and lung cancer. If you are a fan of Indian food, or you adore saffron flavor, learn that combining cauliflower with saffron has extremely beneficial effects to men’s health. Prostate cancer is much less encountered in India, compared to other parts of the world.

     The delicious cauliflower contains nutrients that have the purpose to support the liver in the neutralization process of toxic waste. Thus, when toxic molecules that reach the organism are not rapidly detoxified by the liver, they can have negative effects, triggering cancer apparition. A multitude of enzymes found in cauliflower improve the detoxification process, helping people maintain a clean organism. It is recommended to consume raw cauliflower, in salads, or slightly steamed, to keep it's natural nutritive properties.

     From early ages, many people complain about suffering from rheumatism. Besides the classical treatment indicated by doctors, a diet rich in cauliflower seems to have very good results for patients. The vegetable contains large quantities of vitamin C, which makes people less exposed to this disease. More than that, cauliflower has beneficial effects upon the cardiovascular system, as well. The cholesterol level in the blood can be diminished with the help of certain nutrients comprised by this vegetable. By consuming cauliflower three times per week, you can regulate arterial pressure and even prevent anemia, according to specialists.

‘The Cyprus Cabbage’, as it is also known for, includes numerous enzymes, proteins and vitamins (vitamin A, B1, B2, B6, C), phosphor, calcium, zinc, magnesium, iron, copper and carotene. It does not contain starch, and it is recommended in weight loss diets, due to its small number of calories: just 25 calories per 100g. Due to carotene, cauliflower is recommended by ophthalmologists, and phosphor is also good for your teeth. Also, the vegetable supports the digestive system, because of the numerous fibers it contains. A useful piece of advice is to preserve all vitamins and minerals when cooking cauliflower, so it should only be consumed raw, steamed or boiled.

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