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Only about 8% of children consume the daily recommended serves of vegetables. Even fewer regularly choose Cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, cabbage, brussels' sprouts and cauliflower.
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As featured on Channel 10 Brisbane News 24th Sept, 2009.
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Radio Interview on Broccoli Sprout research at the University of Queensland, Brisbane
September 22nd 2009
Greens for Cellular Health
A recent study revealed that the vegetables shown to have the greatest effect in protecting our cells against damage include greens such as spinach and broccoli sprouts. However, the intake of these vegetables makes up less than 1% of average consumption of all vegetables.
By contrast, 60% of all vegetables consumed are represented by potatoes, carrots, tomato and lettuce. 32% of the most commonly-eaten vegetables are potatoes with half of these being deep-fried. Perhaps surprisingly, carrots are not rated high or even moderately high in their role in cell protection.
How ironic that the ones we eat least often are the ones which offer our cells most protection!
Boivin D et al Antiproliferative and Antioxidant Activities of common Vegetables: A comparative study. Food Chemistry 112 (2009):374-380