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The Healing Power of Cauliflower

by in Cancer, Diet Tips, Estrogen, Kitchen Sink, Recipes, Whole Foods Diet November 14, 2008

Cauliflower is an especially healing autumn food because it is low in calories, high in fiber, and rich in a very special cancer fighting compound called indole-3-carbinol.

This magical component of cauliflower prevents cancer by detoxing the system of the harmful forms of estrogen that result in reproductive cancers and complaints in women.

Researchers are now thinking men can likely use indole-3-carbinol to prevent forms of reproductive cancer, hair loss, and erectile dysfunction that result from these elevated levels of toxic estrogen. The high antioxidant spices added to your favorite cauliflower recipe combined with the olive oil further prevent cancer and reduce inflammation. This side dish will pair well with your favorite chicken, safe seafood, or grassfed beef recipe.

5 Comments
  1. I regularly eat raw cauliflower (we always have some on hand) – now I know – maybe (just maybe) it’ll help with hair loss (that can start anytime – as my kids so quickly point out – I’m starting to “thin out” on top a little bit!)

    The roasted cauliflower sounds delicious – I’ll have to try it!

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  3. I’ve always loved cauliflower. So, I must try this because it sounds so yummy!!!
    Thanks for sharing it.

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