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The research linked a lack of brassica vegetables to gut inflammation, which countless other studies have linked to a whole host of health problems, including: arthritis, other forms of cancer, diabetes, heart disease and many others. So, eating your brassicas should be a high priority if you have any chronic health conditions as a way to get to the potential root cause—gut inflammation. Even brain diseases and seemingly unrelated illnesses have been increasingly linked to gut inflammation so it is important to protect the gut and quell any inflammation in that part of the body as part of a holistic health program to heal disease.
What are Brassicas?
Brassicas are a large group of vegetables comprising: bok choy, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, collards, kale, kohlrabi, mizuna, turnips, as well as any of the sprouts of these vegetables.
All of the brassica vegetables are excellent roasted or sautéed in a little olive oil with some sea salt. Additionally, here are some of my favorite ways to enjoy them:
Slice cabbage and onions and sautee in a little olive oil. Cover until cooked through. Add a teaspoon of cumin seeds, a half-teaspoon of chili flakes, about a teaspoon of ground cumin and sea salt and pepper to taste. Toss until well combined. Serve.