Both Dr. Rhonda Patrick, Ph.D. in biomedical science and Dr. Jed Fahey, assistant professor at John Hopkins Clinical Pharmacology division, have talked about the benefits of Sulforaphane in several interviews and through their own publications. In this article we summarize the numerous benefits of Sulforaphane according to both of these medical professionals, and further investigate the current research around Sulforaphane, commonly found in cruciferous vegetables like broccoli sprouts.
Dr. Jed Fahey has an extremely impressive résumé including being the Assistant Professor at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Division of Clinical Pharmacology. He is now one of the leading researchers on the topic of phytochemistry, including some groundbreaking revelations around sulforaphane, moringa and myrosinase. Here we look at what supplements Dr. Jed Fahey uses & recommends, along with the brands he trusts and why.
Hot springs have long been known to promote health and well-being, as well as having a spiritual aspect. For instance, Japan is famous for its hot springs and they have been used for thousands of years as a purifying ritual for the Shinto religion. Today people all over the world use hot springs to deal with pain, encourage healing, and relief stress. In this article we will cover the history of hot springs and how they can help you.
A lot has been said about the Sulforaphane (found predominantly in cruciferous vegetables) and Cancer link. Studies have been performed to identify the effect Sulforaphane has on procarcinogens, it’s usage as a detoxification tool and a preventative against DNA damage. Here we look at Sulforaphane as a preventative and therapeutic tool against cancer, and demystify a lot of the confusion around this complex and developing topic.
Social Anxiety can really have a negative impact on your life. It can effect everything from your body language through to your social network and status. If you’re constantly feeling anxious in social situations, the good news is that you are not alone and a lot of study and discoveries have been made in the space. In this article we go over several different techniques that you can use to fight Social Anxiety AND WIN!
For most classic and career musicians, performance anxiety is a common experience; over 24% of professional musicians in one study claimed to have suffered from performance anxiety at some point during their career. Why do musicians experience performance anxiety symptoms so regularly… and what can they do about it? In this article, we look at several ways to identify and overcome performance anxiety if you are a professional musician.
Hearing Loss symptoms can be caused by a host of sources: aging, repeated exposure to loud noise, oxidative stress and even some medications can cause hearing loss. In the USA, 2% of the population experiences some sort of hearing loss by age 50. In this article, we look at what can cause hearing loss and why, and several supplements that have been shown in studies to restore hearing following hearing loss symptoms and, in some cases, protect you from hearing loss in the near-future.
Do you have an upcoming romantic date or social event that’s causing you to experience anxiety symptoms? In this article we take a look at ‘dating anxiety’ – what causes it & how does it relate to social anxiety disorder (SAD)? Finally, we have researched and provided 3 effective dating anxiety cures to help you operate at your best in any social or high-anxiety situation.
Endogenous ketones are ketones naturally produced by the human body, and Exogenous ketones are ketones (traditionally in the beta-hydroxybutyrate or BHB form) available from external sources like dietary supplements. Exogenous ketones are very efficient at increasing the ketone levels in your system, potentially leading to boosts in cognitive function, improved energy & maximum physical performance levels, appetite suppression and all of the other benefits that come with being in a deep state of ketosis. For those following the keto diet, or just those looking to find a healthy boost, exogenous ketones should be a key part of your daily nutrition stack. We look at the best exogenous ketone supplements available today.
Sulforaphane, commonly found in cruciferous vegetables like kale, brussel sprouts and particularly Broccoli Sprouts, is a pretty amazing plant compound! It has been shown in studies to potentially reduce the risk of cancer in subjects, can aid in detoxification from air pollution, can fight harmful inflammation, boost brain health & gut health, and so much more! The best source of sulforaphane is directly from broccoli sprouts, but sulforaphane supplements can be a good source as long as you choose the right one. Here we look at the different sulforaphane supplements available today and find out which is the best one for your needs…