Hello friends. Have you had a chance yet to read my latest blog post about the scientifically proven, anti-cancer properties of sulforaphane? We learned that sulforaphane:

  1. Is a powerful anti-inflammatory compound.
  2. Acts as a potent antioxidant.
  3. Can lower the risk of DNA mutations that can cause cancer cells to form.
  4. Has the ability to stop the spread of cancer cells.
  5. Encourages apoptosis, which is the self-destruction of cancer cells.

Below, I’ll give you two safe, affordable food options to make sulforaphane a daily part of your wellness diet.

But first, I need to discuss a sixth way that sulforaphane can help to protect you from cancer.

The dangers of estrogen dominance.

All humans produce both estrogen and testosterone, but females naturally have a higher ratio of estrogen to testosterone, while males produce more testosterone than estrogen.

A large and growing body of scientific evidence tells us that serious health issues are linked to abnormally high estrogen levels – a condition known as “estrogen dominance.” Estrogen dominance is caused by a wide range of factors: chronic stress, environmental toxins such as glyphosate (“Round Up”), and impaired immune system function.

In men, estrogen dominance can cause the development of larger breasts, infertility, and erectile dysfunction. In women, estrogen dominance is tied to a wide range of health conditions, including thyroid disorders, auto-immune diseases, and breast cancer.

The good news is that sulforaphane isn’t just effective at fighting cancer; it can also help to restore proper estrogen levels and purge your body of toxins that disrupt healthy endocrine function.

The best sources of sulforaphane.

Although all cruciferous vegetables (e.g., cauliflower, kale, bok choy) are good sources of sulforaphane, broccoli has been widely studied and is highly recommended. I strongly encourage you to include organic, locally grown broccoli or broccoli microgreens as a regular part of your diet.

Another highly rated source of sulforaphane is a concentrated dietary powder made from broccoli microgreens. Let’s be honest, many people would find it difficult to eat broccoli every day, but an organic microgreens powder is a convenient and versatile way to consume sulforaphane while still enjoying a diverse diet. Microgreen’s powder can be used in smoothies, health juices, as a delicious food seasoning, or just consumed raw.

I personally use and suggest a pure, organic microgreens powder called Medi-Greens. It’s produced on a small urban farm in the Tampa Bay area of Florida by Green Circle Growers. I love their fresh microgreens, but I also supplement my diet with Medi-Greens powder twice a day.

  • Medi-Greens is produced using methods and materials that ensure the highest levels of purity and quality.
  • All seed stock is 100% certified non-GMO and/or organic.
  • All growing water is purified by a four stage, state-of-the-art filtration system that removes over 232 contaminants found in water supplies.
  • No pesticides, herbicides, or fungicides are used. Period.
  • To eliminate any risk of soil pathogens or toxins, only sustainable, hydroponic media is used. Laboratory tests certify that this media is free of 102 types of pesticides, salmonella, E. Coli, arsenic, cadmium, lead, and mercury.

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