When you have a particular craving for a specific food, do you tend to go for something salty like nuts? Or sweet and creamy like my daughter Larissa’s favourite mint chocolate chip ice cream?
Or crunchy and raw like broccoli?
Well, it’s too bad none of you raised your hand for broccoli, dear Heart Sisters, because researchers at Imperial College London in the U.K. tell us that a chemical in broccoli called sulforaphane can actually boost the body’s natural defense mechanism that protects our coronary arteries from clogging. Please tell me why gooey Tim Hortons maple dips can’t contain sulforaphane, too. Continue reading “Why we don’t crave broccoli”