scrambled eggs and cheese
Eating diets high in cruciferous vitamin-C-rich vegetables like kale, cauliflower, broccoli, and Brussel sprouts has shown to be protective against prostate, lung, colon, and breast cancer
 . Add kale to a smoothie or salad, or try this creamy roasted garlic and kale soup or crispy kale chips. 3. BroccoliBroccoli is a sulfur-rich cruciferous veggie. One-half cup of cooked broccoli gives you 51 mg of vitamin C, which is 57% of your DV . An impressive study revealed eating 30 grams of broccoli sprouts daily reduced the inflammatory marker C-reactive protein in overweight adults
. Boiling broccoli could lose a good portion of the vitamin C; however, steaming or roasting preserves more of the vitamin C content. Settle down to a delightful dinner of mayo-Dijon salmon with broccoli or a satiating steak with broccoli sprinkled with parmesan cheese. 4. Brussel SproutsOne-half cup of cooked Brussel sprouts with your keto meal gives you 49 mg or 54% of the DV for vitamin C. Brussels are high in folate, fiber, vitamin K and A, and potassium.