Hey there everyone, I found some super interesting video's by Dr. Rhonda Patrick (American biochemist) and some of her area's of interest, including the effect of Sulforaphane in cruciferous vegetables. I am pretty sure some of you already know her, but just to be sure that it is not missed, I want to share some links to her youtube channel. She is one smart lady, and for ones that really enjoy diving deep into details, she is awesome to watch. I wanted to share, because I thought maybe some of us can benefit from the information she shares. Its packed full of medical terms and quite complicated, but the general idea is that a substance found in these vegetables, and especially broccoli (and even more in the sprouts of broccoli) can have a seriously positive effect on our health. Mostly on lowering the level of systemic inflammation. Which would be quite interesting to most of us here right? The inflammation in the body causes 'a lot' of health issues, so I think the level of inflammation most of us here experience has a dramaticly bad effect on how we feel and the health we try to create. Maybe, for some of us, it even 'causes' our health problems in general. I think that by lowering inflammation levels in the body, there is a possibility that people (and us too) have a good chance of truly becoming healthier and stronger. She gives some good tools/knowledge for that. I am going to introduce the broccoli sprouts into my diet for sure, I was curious about what others think about this subject. To me it makes a lot of sense. (if its too long you can skip some of it and go directly to the recap in the end. In the description of her video she writes where in the video you can find which subject, and also the recap. Another one that is about sulforaphane too: (there are many more video's, I just shared these are ones I could follow, but others are super interesting too).