April 2004 Issue
Brassica Tea Promises Good Health
The Buzz: Brassica Tea serves up a new twist on an already healthy drink. Laced with SGS (sulforaphane glucosinolate), extracted from broccoli, it is sold as a health-promoting beverage. Research is said to suggest that SGS can fend off cancer and heart disease, possibly destroy the bacteria that cause most stomach ulcers and stomach cancer and may decrease the risk of developing macular degeneration. So, should you put the kettle on for Brassica Tea?
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