Brussels Sprouts – Not the Nasty Frozen Kind


Clementines contain bioflavonoids, powerful antioxidants that seem to lower the risk of heart attack, vision loss, and some forms of cancer, while boosting immunity.

Cabbage contains sulforaphane (as does broccoli and cauliflower), which seems to possibly cause cancer cells to die.

Brussels Sprouts are a source of vitamin K, which is involved in bone metabolism and is necessary for synthesis of a protein that helps vitamin D regulate calcium levels in the blood.