According to a new study, brussell sprout is the most nutritious vegetable in the world.
Researchers from Cornell University, the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service conducted a randomized trial of 11 varieties of brusssel sprouts.
The researchers fed the bruscel sprouts, which are grown in southern France, to humans for up to two weeks.
They then compared the results to other foods such as beans and nuts.
In the first phase of the study, researchers measured the amounts of protein, carbohydrate and fat in the brusssels sprouts before and after the study participants consumed them.
In their second phase, researchers looked at the bruskseas protein content and their ability to transport water.
In the end, they found brusseas sprouts had higher protein levels, greater carbohydrate and fiber, and lower saturated fat than the other six vegetable varieties.
In fact, the researchers say that brusch sprouts were the most nutrient dense of the 11 varieties studied.
They found brusssell sprouts have a high amount of proteins, fiber, vitamins A, D, E, K and A-linked compounds, which help maintain a healthy intestinal flora.
According to the researchers, brussch sprout has a lot of vitamins and minerals.
The researchers said that brussell sprouts contain an additional 4.5 grams of dietary fiber per 100 grams, which is more than spinach, broccoli and carrots.
They also added that brassel sprouting contains more antioxidants than spinach.
The scientists also found brissell sprout’s vitamin C content was about 30 percent more than kale and spinach.
They added that they found that brisket bruschel sprouts showed less fiber than others.
So, if you want to eat more vegetables, try brusbeck sprouts instead of spinach, brassels sprouted or broccoli.
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