Tonic Attack Wheatgrass and Broccoli Sprout Juice

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Posted by oliver

Some people might wonder if there’s any research results relating to broccoli sprout juice. Why spend the time doing such, given it’s just “food”. Given the level of ailments amongst the population have now reached the point where scientists are finding the need to investigate any avenue, not least because of the many failures, and ridiculous costs, now becoming evident with mainstream pharmaceuticals.

We should remember that, to paraphrase a quote, drug companies often are a bit like school boyfriends: they’re more interested in getting inside you than being effective when they’re in there!

Last year I came across the American version of Good Housekeeping magazine. It’s stuffed full of adverts for drugs, but the telling point is that there are more pages per advert highlighting the potential adverse consequences than for the drug itself! What a fraught situation, and none of those adverse consequences consider people who are on a multitude of drugs and all the potential interactions, a major cause of people being ill and in hospital, and even dying.


Back to the food, particularly broccoli sprout juice. We know of a significant number of research papers on it, perhaps as many as 300! I’ll bet you didn’t know that. The three areas most highly studied are, in order, cancer, autism and detoxification.

Sadly Steve Meyerowitz, a lifelong and prolific promoter of all things sprouts and wheatgrass etc, died in a car accident late last year. However, he leaves a legacy of life-giving information. He highlights such crucial information as “broccoli sprouts are 50 to 100 times more nutrient dense then the mature broccoli vegetable”, as highlighted in this article he wrote. That’s why I’m selling broccoli sprout juice not broccoli juice.


This article describes how “scientists have discovered the exact mechanism for how broccoli and cruciferous vegetables fight deadly cancers”.

As for the detox potential, this was demonstrated succinctly by a trial in China, where the most polluted cities offer a dire place to live if fresh air is needed, which, of course, it is! You can read about it here.

The work with autism goes on apace. Indeed, I have several customers who found some amazing changes have been achieved by feeding their autistic offspring broccoli sprout juice, usually and necessarily smuggled into their diet through an admixture with another juice. Given this research, it is perhaps not wholly surprising. I’m working to try and provide serious discounts to encourage more to be taking up the potential, and in part so that they can report back on their experiences. If you or someone you know would be interested in this, do get in touch.

Meanwhile, let me wish you the best of health the 2016, and hope I can provide you with some excellent juices!