detoxification (neutralization of toxins, including carcinogenic ones);
antiproliferative (ability to inhibit the growth of many types of tumors);
antiviral (opposes human papillomavirus);
antioxidant (promotes body rejuvenation).
According to various studies, there is a strong connection between the high level of consumption of cruciferous vegetables (all types of cabbage, radishes, turnips, rutabagas) and the low incidence of breast and uterine tumors in women, prostate cancer in men, as well as tumors of the small and large intestines. Over time, indoles, biologically active substances with anti-tumor effects, were isolated from plants of the cruciferous family:
isothiocyanates, the most active of which is sulforaphane
Indol-3-carbinol, ascorbigen, and sulforaphane increase the activity of liver enzymes responsible for body detoxification by tens of times normalize enzymatic system of thick and small intestines. Currently, these substances, being powerful oncological protectors, are used to produce drugs that can suppress the growth of tumors.
prevents the development of all types of tumors caused by chemical carcinogens
prevents the formation of dangerous metabolites during the transformation of female sex hormones - estrogens
blocks the formation of 16-C-hydroxyestrone, which, firmly binding to estrogen-dependent receptors, causes uncontrolled proliferative processes (tissue growth), being a carcinogen in relation to a number of organs:
female reproductive organs (especially uterus and mammary glands);
male reproductive organs (prostate gland, testicles);
digestive system organs (liver, intestine, pancreas).
- inhibits the development of human papillomavirus (HPV) and suspends the formation of papillomatous formations prone to infiltrative growth and malignancy (malignancy).
- increases the efficiency of detoxification systems allows it to be used as a means of slowing down aging processes.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The product above is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease.