Cauliflower is another member of the Cruciferous vegetable family – even though it is white. There’s always an exception to the rule, isn’t there?

Like broccoli and Brussels Sprouts, cauliflower also contains indole-3-carbinol which makes it harder for estrogen to bind to breast tissue which reduces monthly type breast pain and reduces your risk of breast cancer.

Cruciferous vegetables contain sulforaphane which is said to not only prevent changes that can lead to cancer in breast cells, but also has been found to stop the growth of malignant breast cells by stopping the cancer cell’s ability to divide.

Some people use cauliflower to replace mashed potatoes. Surprisingly, it’s not half bad.

Some people grate it and use it to replace rice.



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