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Healthy SuperFoods

Here we are again, we are at years end and are about to enter a new year full of new dreams and hopes. One of the interesting things that I found out about the new year is that most of us have one thing in common and that is making those new years resolutions.

Some of those resolutions may include spending more time with family and friends, taking on a new career or maybe it is taking time out and really enjoying the roses along life journey and the list goes on.

Then for others, it is living a healthier lifestyle because you owe it to yourself to be in the best shape ever. There is also the challenge of so many mouthwatering foods and treats that we are tempted to indulge in each day

it is quite clear that we train ourselves in saying NO or at least consuming those foods in moderation to maintain our health. In some ways, many adults are like kids in that they hate the good stuff and will really feast on those foods that are not healthy.

As children, most of us if not all of us are too familiar with the words that we dreaded hearing and that was eat your veggies. Veggies are a great source of Vitamins and the benefits they offer are really amazing.

In this article, we will be taking a look at the health benefits of cauliflowers and the Vitamins they contain.

Cauliflower health benefits

Here are some amazing health benefits of cauliflowers that can really work wonders taking your health to the next level in the coming year.

1. Cauliflower is known as a brain food and can help boost your brain power.

2. This super veggie can help in the fight against cancer.

3. Cauliflower is a great source of antioxidants that help to rid our bodies of free radicals.

4. Want a healthy heart then make cauliflower a part of your diet.

5. Cauliflowers improve bone health.

6. This superfood can help in weight loss.

7. Helps to boost the immune system.

8. Promotes good digestion.

9. For healthier skin.

10. Help to control diabetes.

11. Reduces hypertension.

12. Detoxifies the body.

These are just a few of the many benefits that this Super Veggie offers.

Have it raw or cooked

What I love about this SuperFood is that you can eat it raw in salads or steamed. Whichever way you choose, take advantage of what this Veggie has to offer.

Vitamin content of Cauliflower.

Cauliflower’s Vitamin content includes

Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Vitamin K, Copper, Iron, Calcium, Zinc, Manganese, Magnesium, Potassium, Sodium, Thiamin, Riboflavin, Niacin, folates, Pantothenic acid, Pyridoxine, Protein, Dietary fiber.

Final word

Cauliflower health benefits are really amazing so include this superfood in your diet and reap the rewards not only for the upcoming year but for years to come. Trust me, you will be glad that you did.

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9 comments

  1. andreabobby says:

    It’s funny how veggies are such a disliked food with both kids and adults! They can actually be really delicious, plus there is a myriad of different preparations that add flavor and variety to it.

    When I was a kid, I used to dislike vegetables, but as an adult who is now more knowledgeable and experimental with cooking, vegetables can make some pretty awesome and tasty dishes.

    Together with broccoli, cauliflower is one of my favorites. Thanks for the recap on its amazing health benefits!

    1. Norman says:

      Hello so nice to meet you and yes veggies are really great. I am so happy that I could help and thanks a million for sharing. All the best of success to you.

  2. Matt's Mom says:

    I always love reading your articles. It makes me want to eat nothing but fruit and vegetables. They are all so good for you and I love cauliflower. I just realize that there are so many benefits that come with enjoying this yummy vegetable. I do have one question, if you buy cauliflower in the frozen section (I know not as good), do you still get the same benefits that you have listed, as you would if you eat fresh cauliflower?

    1. Norman says:

      Good morning Matt’s Mom so good to see you and thanks a million for those kind words. It is always my pleasure to help. Cauliflower is really amazing with all of its benefits. Eating cauliflower uncooked or semi-boil is always better. Frozen is not so good because the veggie is robbed of some of its vitamins. Hope this helps. All the best to you and have a good day.

  3. Arian says:

    I love cauliflower especially cooked. Aside from the health benefits it is quite a versatile vegetable that can be eaten with just about anything. There is an amazing Indian dish called “Aloo Gobi” which is a tasty curry with cauliflower, potatoes and other things beyond my cooking knowledge. Wish I knew how to make it but if you ever get the chance, definitely try it!

    1. Norman says:

      Hello Arian so good to meet you. Cauliflower is really a must try because of the many benefits. I am happy to here that you love this veggie. Thanks for letting me know about Aloo Gobi it sounds like a must try. Have a good day.

  4. Irma says:

    Thank you for posting about the benefits of cauliflower. I have started buying it more often (organic) and then pulsing it in my food processor to make cauli-rice, which I then use for fried rice. It is super handy and adapts to many spices. Great post!

  5. angie says:

    Hello

    A year sure doesn’t take long to go by. I have my resolution picked out already and unfortunately, work has to remain for another year anyway. I strive every day to eat and live healthily but sometimes I do fall into the sweet temptation.

    I love cauliflower cooked or raw. With its many health benefits, I should be eating it more regularly. If we all ate properly we wouldn’t need supplements.

    Thank you for sharing this informative article.

    1. Norman says:

      Hello angie so happy to see you and as I can see that you have and early start for the new year which is good, Nothing wrong with treating yourself to sweet treat sometimes just do it in moderation. You are right also in that if we eat right we won’t need supplements. Wishing you the best of good health.

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