|PREP TIME: 20 MINUTES|
|TOTAL TIME: 1 HOUR|
|CALORIES PER SERVING: 94|
|CARBS PER SERVING: 6g|
|FAT PER SERVING: 6g|
|PROTEIN PER SERVING: 2g|
- 4 cup chopped, Broccoli, raw
- 2 cup, Chopped Red Onion
- 2 cup chopped, Celery, raw
- 12 ounces, Shredded Carrots
- 2 cup, Green, Raw, Fresh Cabbage
- 4 tablespoon, Vinegar, Apple Cider
- 2 tbsp ground black pepper
- 2 tbsp sea salt
- 4 tsp, Whole Grain Dijon Mustard
- 6 tablespoon, Avocado Mayo (Primal Kitchen or Homemade)
Chop all ingredients up and mix well in a large bowl.
In a separate bowl, mix all dressing ingredients together until combined and fold into vegetable mixture. You can eat immediately or let it sit in the fridge for 1 hour to absorb more flavors.
1 Cup of Walnuts; Chopped – Adds 0.5g Carbs | 3g Fat | 0.5g Proteins
1 Cup Shredded Parmesan Cheese – Adds 1g Carbs | 9g Fat | 4g Proteins
1 Cup Pomegranates – Adds 4g Carbs | 0g Fat | 0.5g Proteins
1 Cup Red Grapes; Sliced – Adds 3g Carbs | 0g Fat | 0g Proteins
6 pieces of Bacon; Diced – Adds 0g Carbs | 2g Fat | 1g Proteins
How does broccoli lower estrogen?
One of the best ways to block estrogen is by eating cruciferous vegetables. These vegetables have a high level of phytochemicals and work to block estrogen production. Cruciferous vegetables can be cooked in a number of ways. Some of them, including broccoli and cauliflower, taste good raw.