Eating Arugula, Wasabi & Chinese Cabbage with Your Broccoli

Earlier today we posted about research presented at our conference on how to boost a cancer-fighting compound from broccoli called sulforaphane. You can read about that here.

For sulforphane to form in well-cooked broccoli, University of Illinois’ Elizabeth Jeffery talked about the research on eating broccoli with raw foods containing myrosinase. So what foods should you eat with your broccoli? Dr.¬†Jeffery gave us some options, including arugula, chinese cabbage and… drumsticks?! Slide1


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