Broccoli sprouts and the molecules they produce have been involved in over 2000+ published scientific studies. What’s becoming obvious is that broccoli sprouts are a true superfood that are backed by real scientific evidence.
Adding broccoli sprouts to your daily food is a smart way of getting those natural essential nutrients and also a great way of hiding the strong tasting phytonutrients that scientists are saying have the potential benefits your immune system is craving such as Sulforaphane.
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Try adding the powder just before serving to maintain bio-availability of the natural enzymes.
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Sulforaphane is an Isothiocyanate which is formed from the glucosinolate glucoraphanin, the single best source of glucoraphanin is broccoli sprouts which contain up to 100x more glucoraphanin then mature broccoli.
Sulforaphane is an organosulfur based molecule and is very tiny in size making it more bioavailable than most other molecules which don’t always make it past the lining of the stomach.
Myrosinase is what turns glucoraphanin into sulforaphane, it is known that myrosinase is and can be very unstable, which is why it’s important to keep cruciferous vegetables from being overcooked prior to consumption as heat can destroy the myrosinase enzymes.
Glucoraphanin with out myrosinase cannot be converted into sulforaphane.
Our bodies naturally produce some myrosinase within the stomach which means that products with just glucoraphanin can also produce sulforaphane, but only in very limited and much less efficient quantities.
The method we use to convert the sprouts into powder is by carefully freeze drying the broccoli sprouts, this is the only proven way to maintain the active components such as myrosinase and glucoraphanin within the plant.
By freeze drying we also turn 100g of broccoli sprouts into 10g of broccoli sprout powder giving you 10x more nutrients then eating the plant in its sprout form, if you are already sprouting your own that is a good thing as some studies show that consuming a rich broccoli sprout powder with the grown sprouts can be even more beneficial.
The method in which we grow our sprouts has little to no impact on the environment, in comparison to conventional farming, as we grow within a small controlled space and our product can be grown in a soil free environment.
We hope in the future more and more food providers will take this same initiative; as perpetually clearing land is not sustainable for a healthy future.