- Here are 2 GOOD REASONS to include them in your diet, on a daily basis
Cruciferous are goitrogenic foods. If you have thyroid issues, cruciferous may interfere with the function of the thyroid gland.
Please consult a Practitioner, as this blog is not meant to replace a consultation.
- THE COOKING METHOD MATTERS
- LUNCH IDEAS?
Then I add them into my lunch box, on top of roasted veggies or other steamed cruciferous veggies, and leftover meat, poultry or even fish
(if you know me, I can't go without eating animals, so long as they have been happy and pasture-raised, or wild-caught if we consider fish)
Drizzle with some Organic Extra Virgin Cold Pressed Olive Oil, pour 1 tablespoon of Raw Apple Cider Vinegar, a pinch or two of Sea Salt. Enjoy!
How do you eat your Brussel Sprouts?