More Exciting Clinical Work on Broccoli Sprouts and Inflammation

Reducing inflammation may improve the health of overweight people by reducing inflammation and thus reducing the multitude of side-effects that go along with that inflammation. Incorporating broccoli sprouts or supplements rich in their biologically active phytochemicals into a regular diet could be beneficial.  The anti-inflammatory effects of phytochemicals glucoraphanin and sulforaphane are outlined in a recent paper from by a group in Spain, published in the journal Clinical Nutrition.  This work was also summarized by Mariann Garner-Wizard in the American Botanical Council’s HerbClip Online.

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