Whole Cruciferous Food
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DR. BERG’S WHOLE CRUCIFEROUS FOODS BENEFITS
It is a blend of 5 cruciferous vegetables and 5 additional vegetables. Cruciferous vegetables come from the word cruc, meaning cross because of the design on the leaf.
Why should I use it?
Our environment is so polluted with chemicals and cruciferous naturally supports your liver, the hub of fat burning and health. The other benefit to taking Cruciferous is the high levels of nutrients contained in these plants. With our soils being so void of nutrition, you need a good supply of a broad spectrum of nutrients in Whole Cruciferous Food.
What is unique?
It is the most complete cruciferous blend of whole food vegetable supplements in existence. Cruciferous has many health benefits including liver and immune support.
How long do I take it?
This is a great supplement to your diet because many people do not consume these vegetables as often. I would take it as a maintenance supplement to your eating.
When do I take it?
You can take it anytime. You can split it up in the am and in the pm. Because it is food, there is no exact time to take it.
What is it good for?
Overall body function and liver support. There are numerous studies that state that cruciferous vegetables have immune supporting effects.
How long does it take to work?
Because it's not a drug, but a whole food concentrate, it will create a gradual process over 1 week to kick in. Your cravings will diminish greatly within a few days.
Any side effects?
If you get bloating with cabbage, garlic or kale, then you might also get bloating with this product. Start off taking 1 tablet per day to get used to it. These are not allergies but if certain bacteria are missing, the fiber in the cruciferous will not digest causing gas and bloating.
WHY YOU ABSOLUTELY NEED TO DETOX YOUR LIVER
You may have heard that you don’t need to detox. That your body was built to remove toxins naturally.
And that would be true if you lived hundreds of years ago.
But in a 2005 study by the Environmental Working Group, researchers at two major laboratories discovered a total of 287 industrial chemicals and pollutants in umbilical cord blood of 100% of the newborns studied. Proving our exposure to toxins starts before we’re even born.
Your toxic load continues to increase from there. Toxins are all around you in the air, water and soil. In the United States 84,000 chemicals are used in household products, cosmetics, food, and food packaging. And the majority of them have not been tested for safety.
But there’s more. If you eat junk food, drink alcohol or take prescription or OTC drugs, your toxic load is even heavier.
Using Dr. Berg’s Organic Cruciferous Vegetables you can fight back and support your liver’s health. Cruciferous vegetables have the power to turn those dangerous toxins into harmless substances. These vegetables also provide a rich source of sulfur-containing compounds needed for effective detoxification. Add to that Nature’s health “superstars” like garlic and turmeric, and you get ultimate liver support.
Best of all? You’ll have ZERO detox symptoms. Dr. Berg even left out broccoli from his formula, so there are also none of those uncomfortable “broccoli bloats”.
All you get is powerful liver cleansing and support for overall health, fat burning and energy. Add it to your daily routine and FEEL the difference!
5 cruciferous vegetables and 5 additional vegetables!
Question: What does cruciferous mean?
Answer: It comes from the Latin word for cross, which describes the cross-like pattern on the vegetable plants. Cruciferous vegetables include kale, broccoli, radish, cauliflower, mustard greens and bok choy.
Question: What are the benefits of cruciferous?
Answer: Cruciferous have unique factors called phytonutrients, which have health properties that extend way beyond just vitamins and minerals. Scientists estimate that there are about 10,000 different phytonutrients that are considered beneficial in the support of the liver. Many phytonutrient extracts are being used for drugs by the pharmaceutical companies.
Question: I heard that cruciferous vegetables affect the thyroid.
Answer: Cruciferous can deplete iodine, however, this is information is taken out of context as the amount of iodine it would block is so small it is insignificant if someone is eating other common foods. The health benefits from cruciferous are much greater than any possible negative effect from iodine depletion.
Question: I noticed that I get bloating and gas from eating these foods.
Answer: This is not an allergy. In your intestines you have friendly microbes that produce enzymes responsible for breaking down these cruciferous vegetable fibers. If you have not developed these good bacteria, then you may have the inability to digest them. The best way to increase these microbes in your gut is to eat a very small amount of these vegetables over time, feeding the microbes and expanding your ability to digest. If you do not feed them, then they will never grow.
Question: I hear that cruciferous has something called oxylates and they can cause kidney stones.
Answer: This can happen if you consume large amounts, but this is rare. If you follow the eating plan, which includes some lemon in your water each day, this will counter any excess stones from forming in your kidneys. One of the mistakes people also make is consuming dietary calcium in the form of calcium carbonate, which is limestone. A better form of calcium is calcium citrate. It works by triggering your own body enzymes in your liver.