1 head cauliflower
2 tablespoons coconut oil
Instructions: How To Make Cauliflower Rice
Process cauliflower until it is the size of rice (use a steel blade on food processor, grater, or knife). Heat skillet to medium-high heat. Add oil when hot. Saute cauliflower with any seasonings desired (i.e. , sea salt, garlic, ginger, curry, black powder). Stir frequently for 4 to 5 minutes.
Cauliflower is extremely high in micronutrients, which help you feel full and also help fight
cancer and most other disease. This simple recipe could literally help to make your life longer.
This is no surprise to people who have been around the nutritional conversation. Cruciferous vegetables have sulfur-containing compounds which when freed from the cell wall by blending, chopping or chewing convert into powerful immune boosters and cancer fighters.
The health effects extend beyond cancer. Consumption of cruciferous vegetables is correlated with reductions in almost every disease and sickness. One of the more interesting recent studies that we have seen is the finding that lung cancer risk drops among smokers who regularly consume cruciferous vegetables.
The detox support provided by cauliflower includes antioxidant nutrients to boost Phase 1 detoxification activities and sulfur-containing nutrients to boost Phase 2 activities. Cauliflower also contains phytonutrients called glucosinolates that can help activate detoxification enzymes and regulate their activity.
Helps Fight Cancer:
Chronic oxidative stress—meaning chronic presence over overly reactive oxygen-containing molecules and cumulative damage to our cells by these molecules—is a risk factor for development of most cancer types. By providing us with such a great array of antioxidant nutrients, cauliflower helps lower our cancer risk by helping us avoid chronic and unwanted oxidative stress.