Dr. John Gildea and David Roberts discuss the basics of sulforaphane. They highlight the confusion in broccoli supplements, especially how brands choose to call the precursor to sulforaphane, which is called glucoraphanin. They also talk about how sulforaphane is converted from glucoraphanin, and discuss some of the main benefits of sulforaphane.
2:00 – The difference between cell culture, animal and human studies
5:00 – How sulforaphane is made from broccoli
5:45 – Some organic seeds produce no sulforaphane
6:50 – What does BrocElite bring to the market?
8:00 – All but one other supplement has glucoraphanin – the precursor to sulforaphane. This needs to be converted in the gut
9:30 – If the enzyme myrosinase is added, it is a protein and gets degraded.
10:40 – If you have sulforaphane in the capsule, it gets into your bloodstream. If you have glucoraphanin, it may not
12:50 – Sulforaphane benefit of pain relief via anti-inflammation
14:00 – Fasting also gives the same benefits yo pain as sulforaphane
15:30 – Sulforaphane benefit of brain health from BDNF
19:15 – Sulforaphane benefit of Phase II detox
22:50 – The difference between a flush, cleanse and detox
25:00 – Increase Nrf-2 by using molecules that work in synergy with sulforaphane