Brussel Sprouts

brussel sprouts

f you’re like most of us, you could barely stand the sight of brussel sprouts when you were a child. These aren’t your mama’s brussel sprouts, though. When prepared the right way, these miniature green globes taste nothing like you remember. And, they’re loaded with health benefits, too!


1.  Brussel Sprouts are High in Vitamins and Important Nutrients

Brussel Sprouts are packed with plenty of essential vitamins, like Vitamins A, C, and K to help promote heart health, assist in brain and nervous system development, boost the immune system, and even prevent some types of cancer.

2.  They’re High in Fiber, Too!

Because they’re high in fiber, brussel sprouts will aid in digestion and keep everything flowing smoothly, too. Brussel sprouts also contain phytonutrients (a type of antioxidant) that have been known to help lower the risk of cancer and heart disease.

3.  They Aren’t as Hard to Prepare as You Think

The most common mistake made when preparing brussel sprouts is to overcook them. Nobody wants to eat a tasteless, gray blob of mush. Brussel sprouts are a green cruciferous vegetable, and should remain that way. Chop a few up and toss them in a salad, add them to a casserole, or pan roast them in olive oil and lemon to perfection. We think you’ll forget everything your remember about brussel sprouts.