If you’re anything like me, you may not want to take a bunch of pills in the morning if you are adding supplements to your diet. You may also not want to eat fresh broccoli sprouts everyday.
For those of use who want an easy and quick supplement that is also portable, there’s a concentrated tincture: Broccoli Liquid Extract, made from certified organic broccoli sprouting seeds. It comes in a small 2 oz and 4 oz bottles with a convenient dropper so you can add the tincture to smoothies, tea, a glass of juice or water or even just under your tongue.
Not sure you can handle the taste of broccoli liquid extract? Try this green smoothie recipe from SimpleGreenSmoothies.com on for size. Sweet fruits and spices like ginger or cinnamon easily disguise the taste of most greens – you’ll never even know it’s there!
2 cups almond milk
2 cups baby spinach
2 cups strawberries
1 tablespoon grated ginger, to taste
(and add 20-30 drops broccoli liquid extract)
Note: Larger 32-oz jars are available at significantly-discounted bulk pricing. You can also buy the smaller 2 or 4 oz dropper containers in multiples and save money too.
By adding this liquid broccoli extract to their daily nutrition regimen, people can get a concentrated dose of
sulforaphane glucosinolate (from a natural source). This compound supports antioxidant functions in the body, plus it supplies vitamin A, selenium and beta-carotene.
As more research comes out (including studies on skin cancer and autism treatment), we are seeing broccoli sprout supplements (and fresh sprouts of course) becoming more popular among people looking to slow down the aging process and stay healthy. Sulforaphane has been studied for its ability to decreasing inflammation in the body by helping to combat oxidative stress in cells.
Information from the Product Label:
- Ingredients: Certified Organic Broccoli (Brassica Oleracea) Sprouting Seed. Origin: USA.
- Super concentrated: dry material / menstruum ratio 1:3.
- Other ingredients: vegetable glycerine, alcohol, water.
- Contains NO sugar, yeast, mold, corn, salt, wheat, soy, artificial color, dairy foods, preservatives or synthetic pesticides or fertilizers.
Other studies show that sulforaphane can reduce bladder cancer risk (according to researchers at Roswell Park Cancer Institute), reverse diabetes heart damage (read more here) and even detoxify air pollutants in the body (see research done at Johns Hopkins).