Improve Your Grocery List: Add These Healthy Foods That You Aren’t Eating

Try Eating Cauliflower Alongside Broccoli

While broccoli tends to steal peoples’ attention, its pale relative is just as nutritious. Cauliflower is naturally high in vitamin C, vitamin K, vitamin B6, and fiber. It also contains some protein, so people are more likely to feel full after eating it, according to Advances in Nutrition.

Cauliflower joins broccoli and peppers on a baking tray.
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Whitney Hayward/Portland Portland Press Herald via Getty Images

You can easily incorporate cauliflower into your diet by substituting other ingredients. Bonnie Brost, a registered dietitian at Essentia Health, says that cauliflower can replace rice, pizza crusts, and even mashed potatoes. You’ll hardly taste a difference!