FBR Loves Brussels Sprouts
10 ways Brussels Sprouts benefit your health
This list doesn’t cover all the benefits or nutrition information, but I thought I would at least pique your interest.
- High in Nutrients
- Rich in Antioxidants
- May Help Protect Against Cancer
- High in Fiber
- Rich in Vitamin K
- May Help Maintain Healthy Blood sugar Levels
- Contain ALA Omega-3 Fatty Acids
- May Reduce Inflammation
- High in Vitamin C
- Easy to Add to Your Diet
Detailed information from Healthline.
More information from Dr. Axe.
Clean your Brussels sprouts
Here’s my recommendation:
Most importantly, it’s a good idea to wash your Brussels sprouts. Even though they are a part of the produce with the lowest levels of pesticide residue, it’s always a good practice to wash your produce.
Nearly 70 percent of the fresh produce sold in the U.S. contains residues of potentially harmful chemical pesticides, according to EWG’s analysis.
All things considered, wash them thoroughly with Earth’s Natural Fruit & Vegetable Wash to clean 95% or more of the chemicals and toxins off your produce.
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Cut in half
A quick and easy way to shred them is to use a Food Processor.
Here is a nice video
How to prepare Brussels sprouts from Gimme Some Oven.
So many great things to say about Brussels sprouts.
11 wonders of Brussels sprouts from Organic Facts.
See different ways to prepare them from A Veggie Venture.
Remember if you have an allergy to an ingredient, eliminate it from the recipe.
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