Both broccoli and cauliflower contain glucosinolates — compounds containing sulfer that are found only in cruciferous vegetables. Eating glucosinolates might help lower your risk of cancer, according to the Linus Pauling Institute. It is recommended you eat at least five weekly servings of cruciferous vegetables, including broccoli and cauliflower, to reap their cancer-fighting benefits.
Researchers also claim men who consume more broccoli and cauliflower have a lower risk of prostate cancers that have spread beyond the prostate. The conclusion, while these vegetable are certainly beneficial you’ll want to get a good variety of vegetables every week to support healthy weight loss and weight maintenance.