Health & Beauty Report: The Beauty Benefits of 8 Heart Healthy Foods
Celebrate American Heart Month by indulging in these foods that are good for both your health and beauty
Not a big fan of cabbage? The same antioxidant is found in broccoli, radishes, watercress and turnips.
Tip: Dr. Pratt and Kathy Matthew recommend eating these "cruciferous" vegetables both cooked and raw to "gain optimum health benefits" and suggest, as an example, eating "cooked broccoli and brussels sprouts and raw shredded cabbage (red and green) in salads."
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