6 Ways to Get More Broccoli in Your Diet


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Amidst the recent reports and studies about the health benefits that broccoli can provide including arthritis prevention and supplementation of vitamin D, some of you may be wondering how you can being to incorporate this green vegetable into your diet. Fortunately, there are a variety of ways that you can make broccoli a part of your diet, as its a lot more versatile than you may think. Either steamed or raw, broccoli can be added to stir fry dishes, omelets in the morning, and even in your protein shakes or smoothies. So, without further adieu, here's a look at six ways you can make broccoli a staple in your healthy diet!

1. Add broccoli to your salads
This may be the more obvious of the six options, but nonetheless it deserves to be here. Raw broccoli can add a delicious crunch to your salads and can help keep you full as well. Try this great recipe for a delicious Broccoli Citrus Salad.

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By Ryan Bisram| October 02, 2015
Categories:  Eat

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Ryan Bisram

Ryan Bisram

Ryan Bisram is Naturally Savvy's Content Manager. He is also a Health Promoter who frequently contributes editorial pieces. - See more at: http://www.naturallysavvy.com/food-and-nutrition/the-un-coconut-water-would-you-drink-maple-water#sthash.jU9uOSAr.dpuf
Ryan Bisram is Naturally Savvy's Content Manager. He is also a Health Promoter who frequently contributes editorial pieces. - See more at: http://www.naturallysavvy.com/food-and-nutrition/the-un-coconut-water-would-you-drink-maple-water#sthash.jU9uOSAr.dpuf
Ryan Bisram is Naturally Savvy's Content Manager. He is also a Health Promoter who frequently contributes editorial pieces. - See more at: http://www.naturallysavvy.com/food-and-nutrition/the-un-coconut-water-would-you-drink-maple-water#sthash.jU9uOSAr.dpuf
Ryan Bisram is a contributing writer for NaturallySavvy.com.

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