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November 7, 2013 | 1 minute read

Eating Arugula, Wasabi & Chinese Cabbage with Your Broccoli

Earlier today we posted about research presented at our conference on how to boost a cancer-fighting compound from broccoli called sulforaphane. You can read about that here.

For sulforphane to form in well-cooked broccoli, University of Illinois’ Elizabeth Jeffery talked about the research on eating broccoli with raw foods containing myrosinase. So what foods should you eat with your broccoli? Dr. Jeffery gave us some options, including arugula, chinese cabbage and… drumsticks?! Slide1

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