Broccoli Sprout + Beetroot Juice Max ORGANIC
40ml ready-to-drink. Suitable for vegans.
Raw, cold-pressed juice.
Never heated, never frozen, ambient storage.
Preserved using HPP-ultra high pressure, 8 months shelf life.
*** Broccoli sprout + Beetroot juice is an excellent source of sulforaphane ***
About Broccoli Sprout + Beetroot Juice
We listened to you! Thanks to your feedback we have added beetroot to our organic Broccoli Sprout Juice which gives the juice a sweetness and depth of flavour.
Independent laboratories tested Vegus Foods’ Broccoli Sprout Juice to contain at least 25 micromoles of isothiocyanates including sulforaphane per 10 ml, so one 40ml tube of Broccoli Sprout + Beetroot juice gives you at least 50 micromoles isothiocyanates including sulforaphane.
The Johns Hopkins Institute recommended 40 micromoles sulforaphane a day.
How Can I Get Enough Sulforaphane?
This is a great question! Just one tube of our organic Broccoli Sprout + Beetroot juice contains 125% of the amount recommended by the Johns Hopkins Institute.
Alternatively, you could eat:
1.3 kg / 2.7 lbs fresh broccoli … or
0.6 kg / 1.3 lbs fresh broccoli sprouts
*** We juice only young broccoli sprouts because at 4 to 5 days old sprouts contain over one hundred times more sulforaphane per gram than fully mature broccoli. ***
Why is Sulforaphane Important?
There have been more than 2,000 peer reviewed studies on sulforaphane. To find out more about this amazing phytonutrient, please go to our section on Sulforaphane.
Broccoli Sprout Juice is a Good Source of Nutrients
Broccoli Sprout juice contains minerals and vitamins.
|NUTRITION FACTS: BROCCOLI SPROUT + BEETROOT JUICE|
|Serving Size 40 ml|
|Contains 1 serving|
|Amount Per Serving||%RDA*|
|*based on 2,000 calories per day diet|
Disclaimer: At Vegus Foods, we are farmers and we make great juices but we are not doctors or scientists or nutritionists. We are not any kind of health care providers. If you need medical advice or require diagnosis or treatment we cannot give it to you. You must consult a qualified practitioner (but please tell them all about our juices!)