You see these beautiful, green, round, cruciferous vegetables. They are brussels sprouts. These Brussels sprouts have so many different medicinal healing properties that it can do for our body, but not just our body, our organs, our tissues, our glands, our brain, our heart, our blood, as well as preventing many different types of cancers.


And you could be eating these many different ways, from sauteing them, to baking them, to steaming them, to frying them. The list goes on. With great herbs and spices and natural oils, it can really be delicious.

So just don’t go anywhere, because what you’re about to hear is going to make a huge difference for the health and wealth of your body. Eating brussels sprouts increases one of the most important antioxidant in our body. It’s called glutathione.

These antioxidants are substances that reduce oxidative stress by combating free radicals in the body. And the white blood cells of our body are always fighting invaders to keep our body healthy. It’s always under attack from different stressors from the outside, from the foods that you eat, from the chemicals that you’re around, and even the lack of sleep that our body needs to stay strong and healthy.

And eating brussels sprouts can protect your body against many, many cancers, like stomach cancer, lung cancer, kidney cancer, breast cancer, bladder cancer, and even prostate cancer. And these healthy vegetables can actually stave off many diseases from cardiovascular disease, blood pressure problems, diabetes, high cholesterol, even gaining weight, which we call obesity.

And Brussels sprouts are full of healthy fibers that when we put fiber in our stomach, it slows the digestion into our small intestine. And as a result of that, glucose starts getting absorbed slowly into the cells. You’re not going to have that spike of glucose.

It’s not going to put stress on the pancreas that’s secreting insulin to get glucose in the cells of your body. And what about that fiber in that Brussels sprout? Hmm? That’s a prebiotic. That means when it makes its way to the colon, our large intestine, it starts to feed those probiotics.

That’s what builds our microbiome, that’s what builds our immune system, that’s what allows your brain to function better, because your gut brain connection will be working much healthier. And if you’re trying to shed some pounds and take that weight off to get yourself feeling the way you always wanted to, start adding more brussels sprouts to your diet, because that fiber that slows digestion down from the stomach into the small intestine that will keep you so much more satiated.

You won’t feel that hunger, you won’t have that crave to eat sweets. It will help you lose weight so much easier. And when we hear about all these diseases of cancer taking people’s lives, what can we do to keep our immune system stronger?

And the research is out there that Brussels sprouts just may be your answer. I hope you enjoyed this video. Please share it with your friends and family. Leave your comments below. And most important, make it a great day. I’m Doctor Alan Mandel.

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