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Research is now backing up oriental and alternative medicine. Sixty percent of MD’s practice some form of alternative medicine, whether meditation, nutrition, acupuncture, etc. Doctors are now prescribing vitamins such as folic acid, vitamin c and other supplements and herbs for prevention or to help patients recover from chronic illnesses.
Different foods promote positive or negative reactions in your body. One such example is Sulforaphane, a compound that was identified in broccoli sprouts by scientists at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, MD
This compound helps the liver metabolizes bad estrogen. Watch a short preview of Drew teaching one of his classes where he speaks about the latest research on broccoli and sulforaphane.
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