In addition to being loaded with vitamins and minerals, broccoli can also help lower cholesterol and aid the body in detoxing, and it contains a flavonoid with a unique anti-inflammatory effect, according to The George M... More »

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According to Self Magazine's Nutrition Data, 91 grams, or 1 cup, of chopped broccoli contains 31 calories with 3 calories from fat. Broccoli is composed of 71 percent carbohydrates, 9 percent fats and 20 percent protein. More »

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The yellow flowers that grow on the broccoli plant are edible. The flowers of the broccoli plant can be safely eaten raw or cooked. More »

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Moringa leaves are a rich source of vitamins A, C and B. They also provide an excellent source of minerals such as iron, calcium and zinc. The pods and seeds contain oleic acid, a healthy, monounsaturated fat. More »

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The health benefits of cashews include the heart, bone and physiological process benefits associated with the monounsaturated fat, copper and magnesium in cashews, according to the George Mateljan Foundation. Cashews are... More »

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Nutrients found in pork ribs include protein, vitamins and minerals. The typical calorie count for pork ribs is 277 to 340 calories per serving. A 3-ounce serving of cooked pork ribs contains approximately 25 grams of pr... More »

Avocados are considered to be healthy foods because they are nutrient-dense, containing almost 20 vitamins and minerals, including folate, vitamin B, Vitamin E and potassium. The fruits are also high in fiber and healthy... More »

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