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What is Switch On?
Switch-On is pure broccoli sprout power and not broccoli extract. World’s highest yield Sulforaphane product (15mg/g).
Switch-On turns on your defensive genes (more than 200 genes) and turn off your bad genes responsible for inflammation.
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7 reasons to choose Switch On
Nutraceutical-grade Broccoli sprout powder
Potently activates Cellular Defences via Nrf2
Hydroganically-produced using our proprietary technology
Highest sulforaphane-yielding Broccoli Sprout powder
Helps protect against ingested and inhaled toxins
Benefits of Switch On
Switch On your defensive genes
Turn off bad genes responsible for inflammation
Activates key enzymes in liver detoxification (remove cellular waste and support liver health)
Highest yield of Sulforaphane (15mg/g)
Suitable for people with diseases such as fatty liver, diabetes and metabolic syndrome
Stimulate cellular antioxidant defences within the body
Reduce cellular oxidative damage
Difference between Switch On and other “Sulforaphane” products
HIGHEST SULFORAPHANE YIELD
As a 100% whole myrosinase-active broccoli sprout ingredient, Switch On can legitimately claim the highest known Sulforaphane yield. Independent laboratory assays show that its Sulforaphane yield is more than twice that of the nearest food-grade broccoli sprout powder and many times more than others.
A large number of broccoli sprout supplements are “extracts” in which the myrosinase enzyme has been deactivated. The resulting supplement containing only the precursor and no enzyme has NO intrinsic ability to produce Sulforaphane (the bioactive compound).
Many popular supplements like resveratrol and others are large bulky molecules which are poorly-absorbed into human cells. Their bioavailability is typically around 1% meaning that only 1% of the consumed amount appears in the blood and even less in the cells. By contrast, Sulforaphane is a small, narrow molecule which easily glides through membranes and into blood and cells. Some studies show its bioavailability to be around 80%. This makes an enormous difference in clinical response.