Did you know that eating just three to five servings of cruciferous vegetables like broccoli each week may help ward off cancer? According to Amy Jamieson-Petonic, MEd, RD, CSSD, director of wellness coaching at the Cleveland Clinic’s Wellness Institute, the heating process can destroy some of broccoli’s cancer-fighting compounds, so you may want to eat your broccoli raw rather than cooked. Our super-easy, anytime Broccoli Slaw is a refreshing way to bulk up on the powerhouse veggie. Made with olive oil, vinegar, honey and raisins, it’s the perfect balance of tart and sweet.
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