#10: Mapping Sulforaphane with Tom Malterre (Replay)
Nobody can talk sulforaphane (with fervor and passion) like my friend and fellow nutritionist, Tom Malterre. Sulforaphane is a chemical compound that increases Phase II enzymes and so much more. As you’ll learn, you can easily encourage your patients to increase their dietary intake. Tune in to find out how!
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