Sulforaphane+

Rated 5.0 out of 5
Based on 95 reviews

Supports Detoxification*
Promotes Antioxidant Activity*
Optimized with Moringa

A phytochemical found in green vegetables responsible for many health benefits associated with eating broccoli, kale, and other cruciferous vegetables.*

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"Still hate the taste of broccoli. Luckily there's this instead with the stuff that actually matters."

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Reviewed by gaming
Rated 5 out of 5

hard to know the effects

I don't feel any different but i also don't feel different when eating broccoli haha I guess I will continue taking this sulforaphane

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Reviewed by ron
Rated 5 out of 5

Better than drinking greens!

Sulforaphane is awesome, i prefer it to taking powders in a drink as I don't like the taste.\nResearch shows this is better anyways!

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Reviewed by manly
Rated 5 out of 5

Please with my purchase

I started using this product due to the beneficial effects it is supposed to have, which I read on the internet. I feel no different from using it but i think that is to be expected. I would have bought the actual broccoli sprouts, but I don't think grocery stores sell it anymore, at least not the ones I go to. But after I bought these pills, it appears that it is cheaper than buying the broccoli sprouts in the store. So I am pleased with my purchase.

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Reviewed by keelan
Rated 5 out of 5

Works great for me

After reading about Dr, Rhonda Patrick's research I tried growing and juicing broccoli seed sprouts. Sadly it never worked out. Even buying the Broccoli seed sprouts and juicing it, despite being expensive tasted awful.\nThis product gives me what I am looking for without the terrible taste and hastle. Whether it is equivalent or as efficacious as broccoli sprouts I do not know, however it seems to work very well for me without the hastle mentioned above.

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