Broccoli can possibly help fight schizophrenia, study suggests


News, a former president would not touch it. But a new study says there is a vegetable that could improve your mental health broccoli may help fight off schizophrenia research. Johns Hopkins University medical center over the last several years shows that extract from the broccoli sprout can adjust chemical imbalances in the brain associated with schizophrenia further. Studies need to be done. But the researchers say the broccoli compound could be used in place of antipsychotic drugs. There are side effects, including stomach pain and gas, but the medical professionals say those are mild compared to the potentially dangerous side effects associated with traditional antipsychotic

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