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14 Dec 14
Broccoli and other cruciferous vegetables can significantly slow down the aging process. Broccoli is high in antioxidants and contains an impressive number of anti-aging nutrients. One serving of broccoli three or four times per week can make a difference in your health and how you age. Try to always eat fresh broccoli rather than frozen broccoli.
11 May 15
Love broccoli. Have it in my soup 3-4 times a week.
just had 335g of it for my tea with spinach and soup poured over it …think is the healthiest meal ive ever had in my life..#fastday
14 May 15
I eat broccoli almost daily, sometimes twice a day. I had no idea it was so good for me!
18 May 15
Going to buy more, I eat it once per week, will up that now
17 Mar 20
I love broccoli too. This is my favorite vegetable. There is no doubt that coursework help has so many benefits in it and its taste is also very delicious. So I like to have I in my pastas and soups. I would love to share my mom’s secret recipe of broccoli gravy with you guys as well.
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