According to history this superfood, Broccoli was first cultivated in Italy during the Roman era from wild cabbage. It is abundant in various vitamins and minerals including Calcium, Selenium, vitamin E and C. Today we will take a look at Vitamins, K and A.

1 cup (156grams)
55 Calories

Vitamin K (244% DV)
This vitamin is essential for the activation of a protein called Osteocalcin. This protein is used in the mineralization of bone, a process by which calcium and other minerals are added to the structural protein matrix.

Vitamin A (80.4% DV)
This vitamin is best known for its essential role in vision, the retinoids forms of this vitamin also participate in physiological activities related to our immune system and inflammatory system.