Brief description of sulforaphane
Sulforaphane is a powerful antioxidant that is present in high concentrations in cabbage and broccoli.
How does Sulforaphane work against cancer?
Sulforaphane inhibits the growth of cancer cells by activating apoptosis. Apoptosis is the controlled self-destruction of the cell. When apoptosis is activated, the cancer cell starts processes that lead to its death.
Sulforaphane also blocks the growth of cancer cells by blocking certain stages of cell development. As a result, the cancer cell loses its ability to divide and multiply.
Sulforaphane can also be used in cancer prevention, according to many studies.
Against which types of cancer can it be used?
Sulforaphane shows positive effects against a variety of tumours. Studies show its effectiveness against: