Cruciferous Plus (60's)

  • Model: 9892
  • Shipping Weight: 0.07lbs
  • Units in Stock: 10
  • Manufactured by: GNLD



Cruciferous Plus 
60 tablets
Research suggests that cruciferous vegetables, if eaten regularly, have protective properties. Many international organisations recommend daily consumption of cruciferous vegetables. Isothiocyanates derived from cruciferous vegetables, with indole carbinols, terpenes and chalcones, are capable of reducing the negative effects of many chemical substances found in our body and the environment by neutralising and eliminating undesirable molecules.

We wanted to create the most complete, technologically advanced product on the market to harness the healthful properties of cruciferous vegetables. To achieve this goal we first examined almost two decades of research correlating crucifers with reduced health risks and identified key protector nutrients. Then, in formulating our exclusive Cruciferous Plus blend, we all-natural foods as sources of these vital phytonutrients, derived from a wide of cruciferous vegetables to ensure broad-spectrum supplementation; broccoli, radish, kale, black mustard, brown mustard and watercress.

While eating a serving of Brussels sprouts, cabbage, or broccoli each day is easier said than done, getting the protective phytonutrients you need is now easier than ever. In a convenient tablet, GNLD´s Cruciferous Plus offers an excellent means of bridging dietary gaps and supplying unique phytonutrients. 

Broad spectrum. A supplement rich in vegetable extracts from the cruciferous family.

Excusive mixture of cruciferous vegetables. This GNLD supplement has an exclusive composition including broccoli, radish, kale, black mustard, brown mustard and watercress. Cruciferous Plus also contains nutritious extracts from oranges, liquorice root and soy beans.

Balance. Every Cruciferous Plus tablet contains 3 mg of vitamin E.

Easy to take. The supplement comes in easy-to-take tablets.

Contains no flavourings or sweeteners. 



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This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 14 June, 2009.