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Once again, mom knew best when telling you to eat your veggies—especially those scary green ones. A new study out of the Cancer Research Institute at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, a research affiliate of Harvard Medical School, discovered broccoli—along with cabbage, Brussels sprouts, turnips and the rest of the cruciferous clan—may be able to help ward off tumor growth.
Between the never-ending supply of trendy diets and contradictory nutrition headlines, it's easy to grow confused on which foods and diets are truly good for us. One day fat is out, the next day it's in; eggs are public enemy number one day and then your best friend the next—how are we supposed to know what's actually healthy?
These simple and delicious one-dish recipes make getting dinner on the table fast and easy. All of the recipes in this plan use one pot, pan or dish, to simplify the cooking and make cleanup quick and painless. With the time you save on cooking and doing dishes this week, you'll have extra time to simply relax and enjoy the beautiful summer evenings.
With all the fresh produce available in the summer months, it's easy to get your fill of healthy foods.
Pictured recipe: Green Goddess Broccoli Salad
Gut health has become one of the biggest health and wellness trends over the last few years, and for good reason! Scientific research continues to highlight the importance of good gut health for digestion, chronic disease prevention, strong immune systems, and even for our mental health.