More Public Interest in Sulforaphane

We have been pleasantly surprised to see a series of very understandable, and well documented videos appear recently.  They are unsolicited, and we have no connection to the narrator or his organization, nor were we interviewed for them.  They do a good job of presenting some concepts (and in a couple of them they very… Read more »

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“Indirect Antioxidant” Defined

Over the years many people have asked what we mean when we call sulforaphane an “indirect antioxidant”.  We have just posted a FAQ entry that we hope helps to answer that question.  Here is our answer: Q:  You and others frequently call sulforaphane an indirect antioxidant.  What does that mean? A:  Oxidative stress is thought to be… Read more »

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Another reason to eat your broccoli

Type 2 diabetes is becoming increasingly common worldwide, and not all patients can be successfully treated with the existing drugs. We have just co-authored a publication with a leading Swedish research team at the University of Gothenburg and Lund University.  In today’s paper, and the extensive supplemental material that goes with it, the pattern of… Read more »

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New Reata Scholar Joins the Chemoprotection Center

We welcome Dr. Sharadha Dayalan Naidu, who recently received her PhD from the University of Dundee in Scotland. Sharadha arrived in Baltimore in late March to assume her position in what we anticipate will be an ongoing relationship with a US-based pharmaceutical company which is developing activators of the cytoprotective (Nrf2) pathway that we have worked on for… Read more »

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Superfood or Super-Hype?

The Johns Hopkins Health Review has just published an opinion piece by Dr. Fahey in which he examines “super-foods”. We are obsessed with so-called superfoods . . . but do they really live up to the hype?

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The Bioavailability of Nutritional Supplements Rich in Sulforaphane

We have a new paper that was just published in the journal Molecular Nutrition and Food Research.  In it we discuss the fact that sulforaphane (SF) from broccoli sprouts must be stabilized for use in nutritional supplements.   We present data on person-to-person variation in bioavailability, and we give examples of good availability of a… Read more »

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Book Review: “The Metabolic Dance”, by Johnson and Hord.

Be sure to check out the book entitled The Metabolic Dance by Teresa L. Johnson and Norman G. Hord.  Teresa Johnson is a talented and accomplished dietitian, writer, and science communicator with a new website. She happens to be a former student and advisee of Dr. Fahey, a co-author with Drs. Fahey and Dinkova-Kostova, a… Read more »

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Release of new Webinar and Podcast on Isothiocyanates, Nrf2, Moringa & Sulforaphane Supplementation

Jed Fahey, Sc.D. on Isothiocyanates, the Nrf2 Pathway, Moringa & Sulforaphane Supplementation Released Jan 06, 2017 Preview YouTube video Jed Fahey, Sc.D. on Isothiocyanates, the Nrf2 Pathway, Moringa & Sulforaphane Supplementation Watch the Webinar or Listen to the Podcast  (available via FoundMyFitness.com on iTunes and Sticher)

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