|Lisa Jackson Dip NT|
|If you were hoping not to see another Brussel Sprout for a year, you may want to reconsider.|
One of the ways our liver removes toxins from our body is via various 'conjugation' pathways. One of these pathways is called Sulphation. Support this process with sulphur-containing foods such as onions, garlic, cruciferous vegetables: broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, kale and yes, you've guessed it, Brussel Sprouts.
Asparagus is especially rich in sulphur-rich - which is why urine may often have a sulphurous odour after eating asparagus!