Live Cell O (Sprouted Food Complex)

Live Cell O (Sprouted Food Complex)

60 Veggiecaps per bottle. One capsule two to four times daily Description/Background Live Cell takes the work out of this process by providing an appropriate array of “beneficial” sprouts for each ABO blood type in a capsule form. These live sprouts are actually freeze-dried at the height of their growth, a process that preserves all of their nutritional value. In a busy world where even health conscious people often don’t have or don’t take the time to consume adequate amounts of vegetables much less sprouts, Live Cell offers a convenient way to do so. According to an article in “Good Sprout News” (20 July 2003), scientists have been studying sprouts for centuries to better understand their high levels of disease-preventing phytochemicals and how they contribute to better health, from prevention to treatment of life-threatening diseases. The benefits of sprouts have been reinforced by ongoing studies that explore various sprout varieties for their nutritional properties and to validate health claims. These ongoing studies are being done by major organizations, which include the National Institutes of Health, American Cancer Society, and Johns Hopkins University. Paul Talalay, MD, in the American Cancer Society News, “broccoli sprouts are better for you than the full-grown broccoli, and contain more of the enzyme sulforaphane which helps protect cells and prevents their genes from turning into cancer.” His findings are consistent with several epidemiological studies that have shown that sprouts contain significant amounts of vitamins A, C, and D. Sprouts are widely recognized by nutrition conscious consumers and health care professionals as a “wonder food.” Live Cell contains cruciferous and non-cruciferous sprouts (cruciferous relates to plants that have flowers with four petals in the shape of a cross and long narrow seed pods. For example, crucifers include cabbages, turnips, broccoli, and wallflowers). Cruciferous sprouts are a rich source of active sulforaphanes, glucosinolates (glucoraphanin is a glucosinolate), and antioxidants. Sulforaphane and glucosinolate are actually related and are found as naturally occurring antioxidants in cruciferous vegetables. Sulforaphane glucosinolate (SGS) is actually the precursor to sulforaphane, and SGS functions as an indirect antioxidant. As such, SGS does not directly neutralize free radicals as do direct antioxidants like vitamins E, C, and beta-carotene. Indirect antioxidants induce (or boost) the Phase 2 liver detoxification enzymes. According to Dr. Talabay on staff at Johns Hopkins University, “These enzymes act as a defense mechanism, triggering broad spectrum antioxidant activity that neutralizes many free-radicals, cycling over and over again before they can cause the cell damage that may cause mutations, leading to cancer.” Furthermore, Dr. Talalay says that the effects of these indirect antioxidants remain even after they have left the body – unlike direct antioxidants, which neutralize only one molecule of a radical at a time, and are destroyed in the process. The indirect antioxidants are long-lasting, triggering an ongoing process that continues to be effective and may last for days.


‘Eat your greens’ is a common wisdom, but now new studies show why sprouts made from broccoli, cabbage, brussel sprouts, soy, kale and similar vegetables are rich in compounds that prevent cancer and other chronic diseases. The nutritional content of sprouts is many times greater than the original food value of the seeds and beans from which they sprout. As a seed sprouts it produces large amounts of extra vitamins, anti-oxidants and enzymes. For example, A 1997 Johns Hopkins study (1) discovered that broccoli sprouts contain a concentration of glucoraphanin that is up to 50 times greater than mature broccoli, whereas the Vitamin C content of a seed can increase 200 times in its sprout.

Live Cell O blends cruciferous and non-cruciferous sprouts, including rich sources of active sulforaphanes, glucosinolates and anti-oxidants. Modern studies have proven that these components prevent DNA destruction and protect us from the ongoing effects of aging.

The blend of 100% compliant freeze-dried sprouts in each specific ABO Live Cell promotes detoxification enzymes and supports proper immune functioning.

Method of use of Live Cell will also impact its efficacy. Ideally, it is best to take Live Cell on an empty stomach with a full glass of water. It is also useful to take a probiotic formula such as Polyflora with Live Cell. (2)

Product History