Clementines contain bioflavonoids, powerful antioxidants that seem to lower the risk of heart attack, vision loss, and some forms of cancer, while boosting immunity.
- Inspiration: The View from Great Island’s Roasted Chicken with Clementines
Cabbage contains sulforaphane (as does broccoli and cauliflower), which seems to possibly cause cancer cells to die.
- Inspiration: Cooking Classy’s Apple, Cranberry, and Almond Coleslaw
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.
- Inspiration: The Food Charlatan’s Roasted Sweet Potatoes and Brussels Sprouts