Broccoli is a nutritional powerhouse that offers a wide range of health benefits. As a prepared meal company committed to promoting healthy eating habits, Fitlife Foods recognizes the importance of incorporating broccoli into our meals.
Here are some of the key health benefits of broccoli:
RICH IN VITAMINS & MINERALS
Broccoli is a great source of vitamins C and K, folate, and potassium. These nutrients play a crucial role in maintaining a healthy immune system, supporting bone health, and regulating blood pressure.
Broccoli contains compounds called sulforaphane and indole-3-carbinol that have been shown to have anti-cancer properties. These compounds are believed to help protect against breast, prostate, colon, and lung cancers.
The high fiber content in broccoli helps to promote healthy digestion and prevent constipation. Additionally, the sulforaphane in broccoli has been shown to help protect the stomach lining from harmful bacteria.
Broccoli is low in calories and fat but high in fiber and antioxidants, making it an excellent food for maintaining heart health. Studies have shown that consuming broccoli regularly can help to lower cholesterol levels and reduce the risk of heart disease.
Ready to take in all of these amazing benefits?
Try it in some of our best selling meals like:
It's a healthier take on a takeout fave with baked whole-wheat air-fried “popcorn” chicken in a house-made, portion controlled orange-ginger sauce sweetened with honey—not sugar—and using coconut aminos instead of soy sauce for reduced sodium.
Made with whole wheat cheese tortellini is filled with ricotta and parmesan cheeses, tossed with roasted chicken breast pieces, and our creamy pesto-alfredo sauce. Served with a refreshing side of nutrient rich steamed broccoli.
Made with all-natural grilled chicken, roasted sweet potatoes, and fresh steamed broccoli with our signature supercharged citrus glaze sauce on the side. We call this a time saver’s delight. To make this meal would require more than 2 hours of prep time and clean-up. How did we get to this? 45 min for a sweet potato to cook, 30 min for chicken prep and clean up, 10 min for marinade development and 15 min for broccoli cooking. We think that also includes the 5 dishes used to make the dish and oh yeah, the time for the grocery store. Don’t worry FitFam, we got you!
Made with Korean style roasted pork served over a bed of brown rice & quinoa, steamed carrots & green onions, honey-sesame broccoli, sweet pickled red cabbage, and a side of spicy sesame gochu sauce.
Made with wok-seared Mongolian BBQ beef with stir-fried baby corn, red bell peppers & Shitake mushrooms, served with ginger-sesame brown rice, edamame, broccoli and topped with sesame seeds.