Scientific study has revealed how the phytochemical sulforaphane found in broccoli selectively targets and kills cancer cells while leaving normal cells healthy and unaffected. Sulforaphane can be found in relatively high levels in broccoli as well as other cruciferous vegetables.
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Other research presents convincing evidence that the method in which broccoli is prepared and consumed makes a difference, and also shows that teaming broccoli together with broccoli sprouts could make the vegetable’s anti-cancer effect virtually twice as powerful.
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