Monday, 21 November 2016 16:01

Broccoli Rabe Dreams Big

In an article from the WSJ, Broccoli Rabe Dreams Big, the new version of broccoli makes the news, placing this version of the broccoli look-alike side dish in the limelight, a broccoli makeover, so to speak.

Reduce carbohydrates, fight inflammation, lower your BMI, and shed pounds with this new nutritional powerhouse publicized in the recent WSJ personal section. For success, the young and food-conscious millennials were targeted, led by a publicity team with the help of celebrity chef, and digital influencer, Candice Kumai.

The bright green cousin to the cruciferous broccoli is building a fit digital image in NYC this week with a long list of posts, recipes, and photos of broccoli rabe dishes and the Instagram followers campaign hashtag #eatbroccolirabe

Here is what else we know:

According to, this supercharged vegetable is high in Vitamin C, good for your heart, contains pro-vitamin A, and is known for its antioxidant properties as well, linked with healthy vision. As part of the brassica vegetable family, broccoli may help fight cancer and is considered hypoallergenic and offers more than 20% of the daily value of folate.

For the “Skinny” on your own personal details of need vs intake, find your own totals with the app, Nutrition Solutions by Dietary Software, Inc.

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