The Hidden Health Benefits of Brussels Sprouts

Brussels Sprouts

Brussels Sprouts are not always the most popular of vegetables. If over cooked they can be mushy and have a foul odor. But when prepared right, they are delicious! In my video below, I’ll share with you cooking tips and a recipe to make you the master of the Brussels Sprouts! First, let’s look at the amazing healthy benefits of these tiny small cabbages.

Brussels sprouts contain powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory nutrients such as vitamins C, E and A. These have a direct impact on the immune system, skin health and premature aging process. They are also an excellent source for vitamin K, which is a crucial component in bone mineralization. Additionally, it helps to maintain bone mass and secures calcium molecules inside the bones.  Boost your detoxification system!  Brussels sprouts contain sulfur compounds that support the liver’s production of enzymes that deactivate toxic substances. These are far reaching benefits, more than we can even imagine. The more toxins in our body, the larger the possibility of contracting a life threatening disease. Now that’s a whole lot of health benefit!

Click on the video below to see how I prepare Brussels Sprouts! 




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