10g to 150g
Yes, on demand
Broccoli belongs to the family of cabbage and is an edible flowering plant. It is very low in calories and hence a good choice for those on diets. Broccoli is one of the most common vegetables in the world, it originated from wild mustard. Mediterranean farmers bred the mildly bitter cruciferous to be the thick, satisfyingly crunchy vegetable we know today. The grassy, slightly bitter flavor of broccoli pairs well with garlic and lemon peel.
Broccoli is exceptionally high in bone-supportive vitamin K and has as much immune-supporting vitamin C as an orange.1 It’s also rich in antioxidants, which benefit a healthy inflammation response. 2 Prebiotics such as broccoli are growing in popularity as their relationship with probiotics is becoming more widely understood in digestive health and immune support.