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Odorous compounds including VFA, phenols and indoles were measured by gas chromatography (GC).
This study suggests Tyrian purple indole precursors could be obtained from opportunistic ubiquitous bacteria.
Indoles are a family of beneficial phytochemicals found in cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, brussels sprouts, bok choy and kale.
It has also been suggested that these five enzymes relate to the biosynthesis of terpenoid indole alkaloids of T.
Additionally, these packets also contain phytonutrients such as sulforaphane and indoles (in cruciferous vegetables) and ellagic acid (in strawberries), which promote healthy cell function and development.
Vegetables in the broccoli family contain natural chemical compounds called flavones, indoles, and isothiocyanates, which are thought to have cancer-fighting properties, says McCullough.
Green Beta-carotene May enhance the [ILLUSTRATIONS Glucosinolates detoxification of OMITTED] Indoles undesirable Kothiocyanates compounds by Kaempferol bolstering cellular Lutein antioxidant Quercetin defenses and Sulforaphane neutralizing free Zeaxanthin radicals, which may damage cells.
THINLY-SLICED red cabbage is a good source of vitamin C and a group of phytochemicals called indoles.
As for broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower and other members of the cruciferous vegetables, they are considered excellent sources for indoles, which may reduce the risk of some types of cancer, especially breast cancer.
As you're probably aware, possible naturally occurring protective agents include the carotenoids, vitamins C and E, the flavonoids and other phenolic compounds, phytoestrogens, indoles and fiber.
And that's without any credit for their phytochemicals like sulphoraphane or indoles, which may help prevent cancer.
Michnovicz and Bradlow focused on various nitrogen-containing compounds called indoles, which other researchers had pegged as anticancer agents (SN: 11/25/89, p.