Serving sizes for other greens and vegetables are a cup for raw leafy vegetables, a half-cup for other raw or cooked non-leafy vegetables, and a quarter-cup for dried mushrooms.
So far there's no news about what sort of plans Sync Tech might have for the app outside the added advertisements.
Having them be optional is a nice touch, though, and is probably an indicator that they're not going to run a good app into the ground.
SMS Backup & Restore is a well-known app in these parts, especially among those of us that have to (or choose to) swap devices frequently.
Just last year, the app was picked up by Carbonite, and with the purchase came a nice visual overhaul.
The announcement of the sale did only happen, though, and with the holiday weekend, it might be another few days until the transition is completed.
An update to the app on the Play Store seems to have accompanied the purchase, in which the new developers announced plans to integrate opt-out advertisements.
Common cruciferous vegetables include broccoli, cabbage, collards, and kale.
I recommend at least one serving a day (typically a half-cup), and at least two additional servings of greens a day, cruciferous or otherwise.
You could eat tons of other kinds of greens and vegetables on a given day, and get appreciable sulforaphane if you didn’t eat something cruciferous.
It’s the same with flax seeds and the anticancer lignan compounds.
The changelog for that update is just below: WHAT'S NEW Sync Tech Pty Ltd has taken over the development and maintenance of SMS Backup & Restore.