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Is present.er effects of broccoli ingredient Explainedlight has been thrown on the interaction between broccoli and reduced prostate cancer risk. The researchers, writing in BioMed Central open access journal Molecular Cancer have found that sulforaphane reduced, a chemical found in broccoli, with cells lacking a gene called PTEN to develop the chances of prostate cancer interacted.

The research team found that in cells, the PTEN term dietary intervention with SF has no effect on the development of cancer. In cells that do not express the gene, however, sulforaphane causes them less competitive and offers an explanation of how consuming broccoli to reduce the risk of prostate cancer incidence and progression. Mithen Mithen, This also suggests potential therapeutic applications of sulforaphane and related compounds . Source: Cell Therapeutics.