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  1. Pitt says broccoli compound holds potential to prevent head and neck cancers.Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 11 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

    Broccoli continues drawing attention as a natural way to fight cancer, with a University of Pittsburgh study demonstrating its potential to prevent development of a second tobacco-related head and neck squamous cell carcinoma in patients who were curatively treated for their first one. A 2014 Pitt study based in China found that sulforaphane, a natural compound in broccoli with high concentrations in broccoli sprout tea, purged the body of air pollution toxins, including carcinogenic benzene.

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  2. 10 Proven Health Benefits of BroccoliRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 7 | A Health Blog

    Broccoli has exceptional anticancer properties, especially for breast cancer. Compounds in broccoli known as glucosinolates, specifically indole-3-carbinol and sulforaphane, increase the excretion of the type of estrogen associated with breast cancer.

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  3. Cruciferous vegetables protect against oral cancer, study showsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 27, 2016 | Medical News Today

    ... in the body, serving to prevent cancer recurrence in people who have encountered head and neck cancer. Sulforaphane, found in cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, activates a protective genetic pathway that detoxifies carcinogens in the body, ...

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  4. Eat Your Broccoli: Phenolic Compounds Found In Cruciferous Vegetables ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 24, 2016 | Medical Daily

    ... compounds. Phenols aren't the only compounds that make broccoli such a staple of any nutrient-packed diet. Sulforaphane is another compound found in broccoli and other cruciferous vegetables that has been implicated in the prevention of a variety of ...

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  5. Doctor's Tip: How to avoid breast cancer: Eat veggiesRead the original story w/Photo

    May 23, 2016 | Glenwood Springs Post-Independent

    ... Women who eat two or more servings of vegetables a day have a significantly decreased risk of breast cancer. 8. Sulforaphane in cruciferous vegetables (such as broccoli, cauliflower, kale, cabbage) has been shown in a lab to suppress the ability of ...

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  6. Broccoli Ingredient May Help Drug Kill Colon Cancer Cells, ETH Zurich StudyRead the original story

    Mar 16, 2016 | BioSpace

    ... PLOS One. Higher concentration of enzymes The researchers struck gold when they investigated the effects of sulforaphane on human intestinal cells. Sulforaphane is a naturally occurring ingredient in a number of cruciferous vegetables, such as ...

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  7. Broccoli Ingredient May Help Drug Kill Colon Cancer Cells, ETH Zurich StudyRead the original story

    Mar 16, 2016 | BioSpace

    ... PLOS One. Higher concentration of enzymes The researchers struck gold when they investigated the effects of sulforaphane on human intestinal cells. Sulforaphane is a naturally occurring ingredient in a number of cruciferous vegetables, such as ...

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  8. Broccoli ingredient has positive influence on drug efficacyRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 13, 2016 | EurekAlert!

    ... report in the scientific journal PLOS ONE . The researchers struck gold when they investigated the effects of sulforaphane on human intestinal cells. Sulforaphane is a naturally occurring ingredient in a number of cruciferous vegetables, such as ...

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  9. Sulforaphane and Other Nutrigenomic Nrf2 Activators: Can the...Read the original story

    Mar 9, 2016 | CiteULike

    The recognition that food-derived nonnutrient molecules can modulate gene expression to influence intracellular molecular mechanisms has seen the emergence of the fields of nutrigenomics and nutrigenetics. The aim of this review is to describe the properties of nutrigenomic activators of transcription factor Nrf2 , comparing the potential for sulforaphane and other phytochemicals to demonstrate clinical efficacy as complementary medicines.

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  10. Nutrient slowed cancer cell growth in early-stage breast cancer: StudyRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 15, 2016 | Newkerala.com

    Washington, Feb 15 : One of the first clinical studies to look at the effect of sulforaphane on breast tissues of women diagnosed with breast cancer showed that this compound was well tolerated and slowed the growth of cancer cells, especially at early stages, Oregon State University said. Sulforaphane is a compound found in broccoli and many other cruciferous vegetables, and it has long shown evidence of value in cancer prevention, researchers say.

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  11. Can a broccoli sprout pill fight cancer?Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 6, 2015 | Gilmer Mirror

    ... from our childhood. It turns out our parents were right to load our plates with that extra forkful of broccoli. Sulforaphane, a compound in broccoli and other cruciferous vegetables, may be able to not only help prevent cancer, but also help treat ...

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  12. Our Mothers Told Us to Eat Our Vegetables: Now We Know WhyRead the original story

    Dec 4, 2015 | Health News Digest

    ... from food may actually help cancer drugs work more effectively . This cancer-fighting compound is called sulforaphane, and it is found in vegetables like Brussels sprouts, kale, cauliflower and cabbage, but its highest concentrations are in the ...

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  13. How broccoli can help fight CANCER? Compound 'halts the growth of...Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 3, 2015 | Daily Mail

    ... They found a compound in the green vegetable not only helps prevent cancer, it can also help treat the disease. Sulforaphane, which is also found in other cruciferous vegetables such as cabbage, kale and Brussels sprouts, was found to inhibit the ...

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  14. Now We Know Why Our Moms Told Us To Eat Veggies, Texas A&M University StudyRead the original story

    Dec 2, 2015 | BioSpace

    ... from food may actually help cancer drugs work more effectively . This cancer-fighting compound is called sulforaphane, and it is found in vegetables like Brussels sprouts, kale, cauliflower and cabbage, but its highest concentrations are in the ...

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  15. Table To Bedside: Broccoli Compound 'Sulforaphane' May Prevent, Treat CancerRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 2, 2015 | Medical Daily

    ... A&M Health Science Center turns to a specific compound in broccoli and other cruciferous vegetables known as sulforaphane, finding that it may not only prevent cancer - but it may also assist in treating it. In the study, published in the journal ...

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  16. Glucoraphanin supplements match broccoli sprouts for sulforaphane bioavailability: StudyRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 12, 2015 | NutraIngredients-USA

    The bioavailability of sulforaphane from commercially available glucoraphanin supplements is equal to that observed from broccoli sprouts, says a new study from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Data published in PLoS One indicated that the commercial Xymogen's OncoPLEX supplements made from broccoli seeds produced equivalent outputs of sulforaphane metabolites in the urine as observed for equivalent doses of glucoraphanin in a simple boiled and lyophilized extract of broccoli sprouts.

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  17. New Study Shows Similar Bioavailability of Sulforaphane from...Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 11, 2015 | WireService

    Findings Validate the Use of High-Quality Glucoraphanin Supplements to Help Support the Body's Detoxification Pathways and Eliminate Toxins BALTIMORE, MARYLAND November 11, 2015 Decades of research supports the efficacy of sulforaphane as a way to eliminate toxins from the body. A new cross-over clinical study conducted at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine shows glucoraphanin from broccoli seeds and broccoli sprouts are equally bioavailable, validating the use of high-quality glucoraphanin supplements from broccoli seeds to help support the body's detoxification pathways.

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