Steamed broccoli helps lower cholesterol and detoxifies the body. It's also a good source of fiber to aid in digestion, kaempferol to fight inflammation, and vitamins K and A to ward off vitamin D deficiency. Toss some florets with whole-wheat pasta or orzo; use them in morning omelets; or stir-fry with thinly sliced sirloin, finely chopped garlic, and low-sodium soy sauce for a quick weeknight dinner.
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