Cancer Fighting Broccoli Microgreens

Greens2u Broccoli Microgreen's Super Power

The hidden Cancer Fighter inside Broccoli Microgreens


Glucoraphanin, a sulfur-producing glucosinolate, is the precursor to sulforaphane. Sulforaphane is the most beneficial compound in broccoli microgreens. To get Broccoli microgreens to release more Sulforaphane there are studies stating that if you roll them in your hands or crush the Microgreens gentle and wait 15 or 20 minutes you can achieve 40 times the Sulforaphane and if You Freeze it prior to consuming you can increase the Sulforaphane by 80 times.


Several studies have shown that broccoli microgreens high in glucoraphanin decreased oxidative stress and inflammation in kidneys and reduced blood pressure in the cardiovascular system.

Other studies have shown that sulforaphane is a potential candidate drug for AD therapy and prevention.

Sulforaphane has also been shown to reduce inflammation in the respiratory pathways and the symptoms of asthma.

The sulforaphane and carotenoids in broccoli contain powerful oxidants that heal the damage to our eyes’ retinal cells.

New studies also show that sulforaphane reduces glucose production in your liver and improves glucose control in patients with type 2 diabetes.

Broccoli microgreens and cancer prevention

Numerous studies show that sulforaphane is a safe and relatively nontoxic chemo-preventive agent that uses anticancer activities.

At least one study has shown that eating broccoli microgreens may help prevent colon cancer and possibly other cancers.

Many of us have gastronomical problems. Researchers now believe that eating broccoli microgreens every day blocks the Helicobacter pylori bacteria’s growth and reduces gastritis in patients infected with the bacteria. Gastric cancer risk increases as much as six-fold in individuals infected with H. pylori.

Another study has shown that eating broccoli microgreens inhibits breast cancer stems cells.

The polyphenols and glucosinolate in broccoli microgreens are a broad category of bioactive compounds that have been associated with preventing several chronic diseases, including cardiovascular disease, obesity, and cancers.