is a type of isothiocyanate compound. Isothiocyanates are derived from a wide variety of cruciferous and moringa, a tropical plant. Very few of these plants contain glucoraphanin, however, the necessary precursor to . The highest quantities of glucoraphanin are found in broccoli, especially . Related vegetables, like broccoli rabe, cauliflower, and others have negligible amounts. In this clip, Dr. Jed Fahey enumerates the vegetables in which is found.

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Original episode posted November 24th, 2020.
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