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Broccoli is a nutrient-dense cruciferous vegetable. Broccoli supplements are created from the plant's sprouts and supply a health-promoting compound called sulforaphane.** Rich with wellness benefits, broccoli also:

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What is Broccoli?

Broccoli, a cruciferous vegetable in the cabbage family, has been a beneficial dietary staple since the age of the Roman Empire. Originally consumed by Italians, the bright green plant was brought over to England in the mid-18th century, but did not gain popularity in the United States until the 1920s. Today, America is one of the top producers and consumers of this unique vegetable. Recent research has brought new insight into how this health-promoting superfood can be extracted to create supplements that support multiple aspects of overall well-being.**

Broccoli supplies protein, calcium, magnesium, selenium, vitamin A, B vitamins, vitamin K, iron and fiber. The cruciferous vegetable’s nutritional potency is further reinforced with a powerful combination of antioxidants and unique phytonutrients. Two of these phytochemical classes, glucosinolates and isothiocyanates, help the body to neutralize damaging free radicals while modulating inflammatory responses and supporting a wide range of healthy body systems.**

One of the most promising natural compounds found in broccoli is a glucosinolate called sulforaphane. A potent antioxidant compound, sulforaphane possesses soothing, inflammation-modulating properties that have been shown in early research to promote respiratory health and comfort. Ongoing research is investigating potential sulforaphane benefits to many other aspects of health and well-being. Of particular interest are studies investigating how sulforaphane may assist certain enzymes that optimize detoxification within the body.**

Eating more broccoli may help to raise sulforaphane levels and overall nutritional status. However, studies suggest that traditional broccoli cooking methods, like boiling or microwaving, may inactivate the enzymes responsible for catalyzing sulforaphane and other glucosinolates. In one recent study, the total glucosinolate content (including sulforaphane) of several cruciferous vegetables was reduced by over 50% after cooking between 9-15 minutes. Specially designed broccoli supplements are formulated to protect and preserve sulforaphane and other potent active compounds, ensuring that consumers get optimal broccoli wellness benefits.**

Broccoli Supplements

Broccoli supplements are usually derived from the seeds and/or the sprouts of the broccoli plant, and are presented as tablets, liquids or capsules. Broccoli sprouts are the richest source of active sulforaphane. High-quality broccoli supplements will be standardized to guarantee a minimum level of sulforaphane. Sulforaphane is widely considered to be the vegetable’s most sought-after active compound.**

Broccoli Directions for Use

Always talk to your doctor before starting with broccoli supplements, sulforaphane supplements, or beginning any new supplementation regimen. Although there is currently no established broccoli dosage, quality supplements will typically provide around 400 mcg of sulforaphane per serving.**