Cauliflower’s Many Benefits
Cauliflower belong to the group of plants known as cruciferous vegetables. Along with cabbage, Brussels sprouts and turnips, these crunchy, colorful vegetables contain healthful compounds that may help fight cancer. You can eat broccoli and cauliflower raw, steamed, stir-fried or cooked in casseroles.
Some of the health benefits of cauliflower are cancer prevention, better digestion, contains antioxidants, helps prevent chronic inflammation, provides a good amount of folate (B9), a B vitamin that is necessary for a healthy pregnancy, B vitamins and more. So adding cauliflower to your diet is a must.
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