Glucoraphanin from broccoli is similar to DHA: We’re educating the market that not all broccoli extracts are equal, says BPP By Stephen DANIELLS, 30-Jul-2013
Building consumer and market understanding of the benefits of glucoraphanin from broccoli is a lot like the DHA story, says leading broccoli extract supplier Brassica Protection Products (BPP), as it takes the ‘important step’ of self-affirming the GRAS status of its SGS ingredient. From NutraIngredients-usa.com-by Stephen Daniells-July 30 2013....
How Broccoli Landed on Supreme Court Menu – NY TImes Article
Broccoli has been brought up in Supreme Court discussions over the Obama administration’s health care law. Click here to read the full article.
The President and Broccoli- NY TImes
The New York Times has an article about President Obama and his fondness for broccoli. Click here to read the full article.
The Healing Power of Tea – Book features Brassica Tea!
Author Caroline Dow has a book out about Tea. Here is an excerpt from her blog post about Brassica Tea. Click here to read the entire blog post. Brassica: The Planet’s Healthiest Tea When researching my new book, THE HEALING POWER OF TEA, I was surprised to find that not many...
Broccoli could help prevent arthritis – TIME.com
“The latest study, published in the journal Arthritis & Rheumatism, shows that those substances may also battle inflammation, which is at the root of osteoarthritis, a painful, degenerative joint disease in which cartilage that normally protects joints starts to wear away under the influence of the inflammatory factors.” Read the...
Four Out of Five Prairie Dogs Recommend Broccoli
Photo taken by Mary Talalay at the Maryland Zoo, 2013.
Brassica CEO Tony Talalay featured in the Baltimore Business Journal 3/1/2013
Read all about how Brassica Protection Products was started and more fascinating facts about its CEO, Tony Talalay. Read the article here.
Broccoli? Maybe Our Mother’s Were Right!
Tony Talalay, CEO of Brassica, speaks with SNNLive about our favorite cruciferous vegetable, broccoli: [su_youtube url=”http://youtu.be/EV-MHp1d7Ew”]
Glucoraphanin concentration in raw broccoli, sprouts and SGS extract
Each product contains approximately 73 mg of sulforaphane glucosinolate (glucoraphanin). Increasingly, scientists are examining the role specific natural plant compounds (phytochemicals) may play in increasing the body’s natural defense system. In 1992, researchers at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine identified sulforaphane, a compound that occurs naturally in broccoli. Johns...