By now, most Natural News readers have an inkling of cruciferous vegetables' ability to resist cancer cells from developing or impede their growth once formed.
Out of those cruciferous vegetables, which include broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, kale, cabbage and bok choy among others, broccoli has shown the most consistent and pronounced anticancer effects with testing.
The types of broccoli grown and how it's prepared determine its anticancer power. The amount that has to be eaten for high anticancer activity may be too much for most except the most ardent broccoli lovers.
But recently, a more accessible variation of broccoli has been proven so potent at delivering anticancer compounds that one group attempted to patent it; fortunately, they were unsuccessful.