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Broccoli sprouts are at their best when 3 to 4 days old. Then they are nutrient-packed and have the health-promoting properties of broccoli in a much more concentrated form.
In the late '90s, researchers at Johns Hopkins University realized that these young sprouts have much higher concentrations of nutrients, specifically the natural plant compound sulforaphane, than mature broccoli. Sulforaphane is believed to reduce the risk of age-related diseases including heart disease, diabetes and potentially cancer.
Since first interest in broccoli sprouts in the ‘90’s, over 1700 studies have been conducted indicating the health benefits of sulforaphane across a wide variety of diseases.
THE MAIN BENEFITS OF broccoli sprouts
CLINICAL RESEARCH CONDUCTED WITH BROCCOLI SPROUTS