Wednesday, April 2, 2008


Helps fight: Ovarian Cancer

Broccoli contains isothiocyanates, a plant chemical that fights carcinogens. Medical researchers observed that a type of isothiocyanate found in broccoli is protective against ovarian cancer. This is exciting news for a cancer that is often difficult to diagnose and treat. Medical team intends to study the beneficial effects of broccoli more closely.

Daily Dose: Plan on adding one cup of raw or steamed broccoli to your diet everyday.