Updated 27 February 2013


Cauliflower is linked with lower rates of cancer.

Cauliflower is linked with lower rates of cancer. They can also lower the risk of heart disease and stroke, counter anaemia and help regulate blood pressure.

Cauliflower should be wrapped and stored in the fridge, and eaten as soon as possible. Dill and fennel can be taken to reduce flatulence.

Raw or lightly cooked cauliflower can be eaten three or more times per week. It is low in calories and can therefore be eaten fairly freely.

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