Promotes Your Body's Natural Detoxification Process with the Power of Broccoli Extract. Supports Long Lasting Antioxidant Activity with Easy-to-Swallow Supplement Tablets. Tablets can be crushed and mixed with food for those with difficulty swallowing..
Selected for over 20 human clinical studies.
Formulated as a tablet, which ensures stability of the essential ingredients needed for sulforaphane production: glucoraphanin and myrosinase enzyme. Others sell capsules which have inherent water content that eats away at stability of these important ingredients..
Developed by Dr. Brian Cornblatt, who trained at Johns Hopkins. He has been working on the amazing phytochemical sulforaphane for over 20 years..
Imported from USA.
Every day you are exposed to a barrage of chemicals that are not
naturally found in your body. These chemicals can take a toll on
your overall health and wellness. Thankfully, your body has a
natural detoxification system to help get rid of harmful
substances that you are exposed to in the environment, or from
household products and even the food you eat. Sulforaphane is a
phytochemical that promotes your natural detoxification system.
Your detoxification system has 2 phases to process these
chemicals we are exposed to each day: First, when these chemicals
enter your body, Phase 1 detoxifying enzymes begin to process
them into metabolites, which may be potentially harmful. An easy
way to imagine these metabolites is as broken pieces of glass
with "rough edges." These "rough edges," if not processed
further, can harm normal cell function by damaging cellular DNA,
proteins and lipids. Next, Phase 2 detoxifying enzymes process
the potentially harmful metabolites into water-soluble compounds
that can be easily excreted from your body. Sulforaphane helps
increase the production of important Phase 2 detoxifying enzymes
promoting your body’s natural detoxification process, thereby
supporting the elimination of potentially harmful metabolites.
AVMACOL® (120) 2 Bottle Value Sulforaphane Supplement with Myrosinase