Extremely. Broccoli is a true superfood! One of the best sources of Vitamin C and Vitamin K, and boasting high antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, Broccoli is easy to obtain and should be part of any balanced diet. TIP: Broccoli is also more nutritious raw, so try blending it up into smoothies.
Helps in the creation of red blood cells, which carry oxygen around the body.
Helps protect cells, prevent illness and fight off infection.
Helps stabilise free radicals, protecting cells from potentially dangerous mutations.
Strong signs of helping to clear up skin conditions, or being used in effective skin treatments.
A widely shared remedy for feeling better after a big night out on the sauce.
Known to help reduce inflammation in the gut and improve digestion.
Shown to be part of a low-cholestorol diet, helping to keep your heart healthy.
Absent Nutrients: Vitamin B12, Vitamin D, Fatty acids, Cholesterol, Caffeine
Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) % shown for adult females, as published by the NHS (UK).
Broccoli is high in Fiber and Vitamin C, so eating too much will usually cause extra gas, and extended trips to the restroom. Those taking blood-thinning medication, and those with hypothyroidism should limit their intake of broccoli.