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Broccoli: calories, properties and nutrients
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Consuming large amounts of vegetables from the same family as broccoli has been associated with a lower risk of cancer, especially lung and colon cancer. Studies have shown that sulforaphane, the sulfur compound that gives broccoli its bitter taste, is also the one that gives it the strength to fight cancer.
Vitamin K deficiency is associated with a higher risk of bone fracture. Just one cup of chopped broccoli provides 92 micrograms of vitamin K, much more than 100% of your daily need. Consuming a sufficient amount of vitamin K contributes to bone health, because it improves the absorption of calcium and reduces their excretion through the urine. Broccoli also contributes to your daily need for calcium by providing 43 milligrams in a cup.