Broccoli--Informative Speech

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Hello everyone, today My topic is broccoli(西兰花)—one nutritious and delicious vegetable. Before my speech , I want to show you a list of words I will mention in my following parts. ‘Broccoli, cauliflower, calcium, folacin’ these words may help you more easily understand this special vegetable.

Part1: introduce broccoli and cauliflower
Many people say broccoli looks like small trees, and cauliflower like gathered clouds. They think broccoli is only green and cauliflower is only white. However, these nutritious vegetables also come in more color versions. One kind of cauliflower, for example, is orange, and broccoli can be purple. Broccoli and cauliflower are among the most nutritious vegetables. They are high in vitamin C, fiber and other nutrients. And they contain substances that are believed to fight cancer. There are also some small differences between broccoli and cauliflower. Broccoli contains 20%more vitamin C and 30 times more carotene than cauliflower. Some other nutrients like protein and folacin(叶酸) are all high in broccoli. In a word, eating broccoli is much helpful to your body. Part2: more details of the nutrition content in broccoli

Many people think tomatoes and pepper contain most vitamin C among the vegetables. Actually, it was broccoli that contains the most. That is why many ladies eating broccoli for anti-aging. In addition to vitamin, it is said that the Ca per hundred grams in broccoli are even as much as in milk. And in a recent study in Japan, the average nutritional values of broccoli are far higher than any other vegetable , which ranks first. Nutritionists strongly suggest adding broccoli to your diet, and declare that it will effectively reduce your risk of many diseases, especially cancer. As its significant values in keeping health, people give broccoli a lovely name ‘ doctor for the poor’. Part 3:cooking tips

Broccoli can make very delicious cooking. Plain-frying and cold-tossing(清炒,凉拌) are two common recipes of cooking...
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