Cruciferous vegetables — the family that includes broccoli, cauliflower, brussels sprouts, and collard greens — contain special phytonutrients that are not found in any other foods and may lower the risk of certain cancers, especially breast, prostate, and digestive tract cancers. The american cancer society
recommends eating one serving of cruciferous vegetables every day, but most of us only eat one.
in cruciferous vegetables are linked with a low risk for developing certain cancers (breast, prostate, lining of the uterus, lung, colon and other digestive tract cancers).
supplies other beneficial phytonutrients — limonene from oranges, chalcones from licorice root, and isoflavones from soybeans — which research has shown can help protect cells from cancer. Contains sulforaphane, an important phytonutrient in that helps neutralize carcinogens and other toxins.
Whole food based
exclusive cruciferous blend contains broccoli, radish, kale,