The effect of raw and cooked broccoli consumption on survival rates of bladder cancer patients.
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This completes my 13-video series on the latest research on cruciferous vegetables. The “sulforaphane story” I refer to in the video is explained in Smoking Versus Kale Juice, and DNA Protection From Broccoli. And growing your own broccoli sprouts is covered in Biggest Nutrition Bang For Your Buck. This video talks about survival; I cover a bit of prevention side of the story in The Healthiest Vegetables. Wasn’t there some story downplaying the role of fruits and vegetables in cancer prevention? Watch my take on it in EPIC Study.
Note that three of the sources for this video are open access, so you can download them by clicking on the links in the Sources Cited section, above.
For more context, check out my associated blog posts: Health Food Store Advice: Often Worthless or Worst; Breast Cancer Stem Cells vs. Broccoli; Gerson Therapy for Cancer?; and Foods That May Block Cancer Formation.