Capture the Amazing Cell Health Benefits of Broccoli Sprouts and Whole Broccoli Without Sprouting a Single Seed”*
Over 650 scientific publications suggest certain key compounds found in broccoli sprouts and broccoli may play a potent role in supporting cellular and total body health.* Get these widely acclaimed bioavailable nutrients now, without sprouting seeds or eating pounds of whole broccoli plants.
You already know how passionate I am about growing and eating sprouts. There’s one type of sprout in particular that has a delicious, mild taste and offers unparalleled nutritional benefits: broccoli sprouts.
The problem is that if you purchase fresh broccoli sprouts at the store, they can be very expensive. Since they are simple and inexpensive to grow at home, I encourage you to sprout your own broccoli seeds.
But I know not everyone has the time or inclination to grow his or her own.
And that’s too bad as researchers have discovered that broccoli – and broccoli sprouts especially – contain exceptionally high levels of two compounds that may offer unprecedented potential health benefits.
Just because you may not eat sprouts or regularly consume heaps of fresh broccoli doesn’t mean you can’t take advantage of these key nutrients.
I’ve found a way for you to get the important intact nutritional benefits of broccoli sprouts and whole broccoli plants without having to grow your own sprouts or eat pounds of broccoli each week.
Don’t get me wrong... I highly encourage you to sprout your own seeds and eat fresh organic
Fresh broccoli and broccoli sprouts are two of the healthiest foods you can eat.
Both these foods contain high concentrations of a broad category of compounds called glucosinolates, of which two compounds, glucoraphanin and sulforaphane, have become the focus of more than 650 scientific publications.
Sulforaphane is considered the leading compound in broccoli and broccoli sprouts responsible for many of its health benefits, including:
- Cell health throughout your body.*
- Your body’s normal detoxification processes.*
- Gut health and a healthy gut microbial balance.*
- Healthy joint cartilage and comfortable movement.*
- Bladder and prostate health.*
However, in order to receive optimal benefits from this key compound, you’d have to eat about two pounds of broccoli a week! And common food handling practices and cooking often destroy a key enzyme essential to convert glucoraphanin in broccoli to sulforaphane.
If you have healthy gut flora, the conversion to sulforaphane can still occur in the absence of this key enzyme. Unfortunately, many people have less-than-optimal gut flora for a number of reasons.
Fermenting the broccoli in advance, as done in our Fermented Broccoli Sprouts formula,converts the glucoraphanin to sulforaphane, so you don’t need to depend on your gut microbes to accomplish the task. In essence, fermentation does exactly what a healthy gut would do – provide your body with bioavailable sulforaphane.
Our Fermented Broccoli Sprouts contains both fermented organic broccoli sprout powder and activated organic broccoli whole plant powder. With the whole plant powder, you receive standardized levels of the most important compounds of broccoli to help you maximize its many potential health benefits.*