Cauliflower prevents brain cancer, Alzheimer’s & dementia

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Whole foods resemble the body parts they will benefit. Just as the cauliflower  resembles a brain because it protects and strengthens it against brain cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, dementia and that’s not all.

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Cauliflower contains anthocyanins which are a major player in the fight against cancer. By the shape of the white cauliflower, it’s no surprise that by adding cauliflower, cooked in tropical oils, to a well balanced diet (one void of oxidized oils), your body will be strengthened to ward of cancer of the  brain, breast, colon and bladder. Plus it is a great detoxifier for the liver. It’s been found to prevent Alzheimer’s, dementia in addition to brain cancer too.

Cauliflower possess high values of Vitamin C, plus it also contains anthocyanins, vitamin K (assists with blood clotting), thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, magnesium, phosphorus, vitamin B6, pantothenic acid, potassium, manganese plus protein and fiber.

Eat it raw with a greek coconut yogurt ranch dip or roasted and drizzled with coconut oil. A cauliflower mash made with coconut oil is delicious too. Just get it in you!

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Onion helps blood circulation

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Whole foods resemble the body part or area in which they will benefit and protect, just as an onion resembles a drop of blood, which indicates health benefits for your blood and circulation.

If your adding onions to your meal you’ll be happy to know they contain quercitin, which helps to lower blood pressure. The circular rings of the onion indicate improved blood circulation. The anthocyanins present in red onions prevent cardiovascular disease, by protecting the body from oxidative stress and consumption of those anthocyanins also sharpens your vision. Plus they assist in preventing further damage to the bodies tissues, inflammation, tumor formation and cancer proliferation.

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