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Brassica vegetables

A group of vegetables that are commonly associated with each other and share some bioactives, such as Diindolylmethane or Sulforaphane. Broccoli, Cauliflower, Brussel Sprouts, and Mustard are Brassica veggies.

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Summary of Brassica vegetables

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A family of vegetables known for their anti-cancer and anti-estrogenic properties, as well as just being generally 'healthy'.

They possess a set of compound unique to them, and may exert benefits through doses found in foods rather than supplementation.

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Also Known As

Broccoli, Cauliflower, Brussel Sprouts, Kale, etc.

Research Breakdown on Brassica vegetables

  • Indoles (Indole-3-Carbinol and 3,3'-(Diindolylmethane)

  • Sulforaphane

  • Isothiocyanates and Phenethyl Isothiocyanate