Studies routinely show old fashioned cruciferous vegetables or brassic as (a member of the mustard family) provide significant protection against cancers.
Cornell Cancer Research Laboratory at Rockefeller University in New York and other researchers have a large body of evidence that broccoli and other cruciferous veggies reduce 16x hydroxyestrone. For every 10 grams of cruciferous veggies you consume each day, your 2/16x hydroxyestrone increases by 8%, based on a Swedish study (2001). Women in this Swedish study showed women who eat the highest daily brassica vegetables had a 42% lower cancer risk than those who ate the lowest amounts.
“A common supplement recommended at Longevity Health Institute is Estroblock (IC3 and DIM), an extract of cruciferous vegetables. Eating your veggies is of utmost importance! EAT WELL!”- Dr. Lewerenz.