Doctor's Note

This discovery may help explain the findings I presented in Repairing DNA Damage. What about giving smokers kale? See yesterday's video Smoking Versus Kale Juice. There are 19 other videos about DNA damage and hundreds of other videos on more than a thousand subjects. And note that the sources for this video are all open access, so you can click on them above in the Sources Cited section and read them full-text for free.

For some context, please also check out my associated blog posts: Breast Cancer Stem Cells vs. BroccoliKiwi Fruit for Irritable Bowel SyndromeIs Caffeinated Tea Really Dehydrating?Prevent Breast Cancer by Any Greens Necessary, and Foods That May Block Cancer Formation

  • Michael Greger M.D.

    This discovery may help explain the findings I presented in Repairing DNA Damage. What about giving smokers kale? See yesterday’s video Smoking Versus Kale Juice. There are 19 other videos about DNA damage and hundreds of other videos on more than a thousand subjects. And note that the sources for this video are all open access, so you can click on them above in the Sources Cited section and read them full-text for free.

  • randy

    Thank you for the convenience and easy access to the articles, in the “sources cited”.

    Terrific job, thank you.

  • Virre Vojj

    Hello there! Just wanted to say thanks for all the great videos. I’ve been a follower of your nutritionfacts for many months as well as reading your articles on oneegreenplanet. It’s such a great resource for me on research in my diet and you’ve managed to put everything together in a very easily understandable way. Now if I could just find some of that amla for my morning smoothies..

  • valnaples

    Hi, Dr. Greger: LOVE your videos…are the florets the best bet or should we be eating stalks/stems AND florets? Have been reading up on the sulforaphane but haven’t seen anything specific about which part of the plant this is found in. Thank you!

  • Michael Greger M.D.

    For some context, please also check out my associated blog post Breast Cancer Stem Cells vs. Broccoli!

  • http://www.facebook.com/anthony.lorenzo.140 Anthony Lorenzo

    One should cook broccoli lightly before eating it… to get the full nutritional benefits!

  • esther4

    your intelligence and wit are formidable, Dr. G!