BroccoRaphanin™, from Progressive Laboratories, is scientifically formulated to be a premier antioxidant and to support the immune system.‡
BroccoRaphanin™ is the world’s first sulforaphane glucosinolate ingredient in the world. BroccoRaphanin is the brand name for our broccoli-seed derived glucoraphanin product. Glucoraphanin (A.K.A. sulforaphane glucosinolate) is a prized substance found in the broccoli seed, sprout, plant and vegetable…the highest, and therefore most economical, concentration of which is found in the seed. When consumed, BroccoRaphanin is converted automatically by the body to produce the substance sulforaphane that has been known to have several beneficial healthy attributes.‡
The antioxidant and immune protective effects of vegetables from the Brassica family, such as broccoli, are very well documented. BroccoRaphanin™ is a broccoli raffinate seed extract standardized to glucoraphanin (sulforphane glucosinolate), a phytochemical shown to support cellular health and the immune system.‡
BroccoRaphanin™ is supported by clinical data that shows it helps the body’s natural detoxification process and immune protection by supporting the body’s natural defenses.‡
This activated form of BroccoRaphanin™ contains stabilized myrosinase, an enzyme important for the optimal conversion of the active ingredients.‡
Warning: If you are pregnant or lactating woman, have any health conditions, or are taking any medication, make sure to consult your healthcare provider prior to use.
‡ These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
One vegetable capsule daily, or more, as directed by a health care professional.
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