Good eating habits are directly related to the prevention of osteoporosis in both men and women. It is often thought that only women suffer from this disease, but this is not true. While women are more prone to develop osteoporosis, men also suffer f... Read more
Surely you've heard the old saying, "an apple a day keeps the doctor away." While a daily apple is a better strategy than nothing, it'll actually take a much stronger plan to really boost your immune system. Almost every year,... Read more
Although everyone's preferences differ, it's nice to have some staple foods on hand to make quick and tasty dishes that are good for you, too. So what do the experts behind SparkPeople.com keep in their own refrigerators? See what they stock... Read more
When Martha Stewart was doing hard time, there were reports that she voluntarily pulled up weeds outside in the prison yard each day. Was she just trying to get out early for good behavior? Not quite. Martha was actually taking an unconventional appr... Read more
Yes, it's possible to eat certain foods and boost your longevity. Often labeled "super foods," these foods have the ability to not only strengthen the immune system, but to also fight disease, and lower body fat and cholesterol.
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You don't have to eat Broccoli every day. there are thousands of vegetables out there, waiting to be discovered by you.
Try something new, buy it in a small quantity and if you like it try more.
you can get loads of ideas in spark recipes... Read more
I don't really like broccoli, but I do try to choke it down. I can usually handle it with a little bit of olive oil and garlic salt. Actually, I like it a lot when it's mixed with other veggies.... Read more
Victory!!! Ate a bunch of roasted broccoli with olive oil. Made kale chips.....and wondered what the heck I was doing because of the amount of olive oil in the kale chips. Ate 3 and then ran the rest to a neighbor before I could eat any more. Yeah me... Read more
Broccoli assists the body in producing protective enzymes and is high in fiber which promotes overall health. A British study showed broccoli may reverse complications of diabetes through this process. Additional benefits are the calcium & potassium... Read more
We all know that veggies are good for us: they're great sources of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Scientific research has shown that cruciferous vegetables in particular may reduce the risk of lung, colorectal, stomach, breast, and prostat... Read more
In my free time, I like to read healthy living blogs, and one of my favorites is Healthy Tipping Point, which is written by Caitlin, who also writes OperationBeautiful.com. Caitlin is a vegetarian who eats very balanced meals, so I was surprised to l... Read more
Stuffed with vitamins A,B,C and K as well as potassium, zinc and fiber, broccoli has long been viewed as a nutritional super start. Along with its cruciferous cousin Brussels sprouts, cauliflower and cabbage, broccoli contains sulfur compounds th... Read more
I have been seeing a lot of recipes with broccoli in them lately but this one I must try ASAP
Cheesy Broccoli Bites
Olive oil cooking spray
1 (16oz) package frozen chopped broccoli
3 large eggs
1 teaspoon kosher salt... Read more
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