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Broccoli and Prebiotics for strong antioxidant action to support general well-being and digestive health

Long-lasting antioxidant actions against free radicals, pollutants and toxins

Increases fibre intake to support regular bowel movements

Improves gut health by promoting the growth of good gut bacteria

Promotes bone health by enhancing calcium absorption

Supports body's natural resistance and general well-being

Helps to regulate blood sugar level


Everyone who wants to improve their overall well-being

People who wish to support good gut health

Broculin ingredients

Broccoli Seed

Each stick contains 200mg broccoli seed extract in a powder drink.

Rich in SGS content
Broccoli is known to contain one of the highest levels of Sulforaphane Glucosinolate (SGS), a key substance that makes broccoli a Superfood. SGS, when consumed, becomes a powerful antioxidant and cell protector to combat free radicals and toxins. The SGS content of broccoli seed helps to reduce glucose production, thus regulating glucose metabolism and improving blood sugar balance.1

However, cooking broccoli can destroy the SGS content within. The broccoli seed extract used in Broculin contains higher SGS content than raw broccoli.2

Supports liver health
SGS protects our liver cells by inhibiting formation of free radicals and reducing oxidative stress.3

Chicory Root

Each stick contains 9.8g chicory root extract.

Supports gut health and regular bowel movements
Chicory root is one of the richest natural sources of inulin and Fructooligosaccharides (FOS). As dietary fibre, chicory inulin and FOS increase fibre mass and promote the regularity of bowel movements.4

Enhances calcium absorption
A combination of inulin and FOS helps to increase the solubility of calcium, thus enhancing calcium absorption and bone mineralisation.5



As a dietary supplement,
take 1 stick daily.
Mix in 150 to 200ml of warm water, milk or fruit juice.
Stir while pouring to dissolve well.

This product does not contain animal-derived ingredients.

Water extraction process

The broccoli seed extract in Broculin is extracted using a natural hot water process to retain its rich glucoraphanin source.

Long-lasting antioxidant action

SGS content in broccoli seed extract is converted into sulforaphane when consumed. Sulforaphane is known to be a potent natural inducer of phase 2 enzymes, which are good antioxidants and excellent detoxifiers.

This group of enzymes do not normally work at full capacity but sulforaphane is able to boost the function of these enzymes by causing them to remain in their “charged” state for up to 72 hours.6

Thus, sulforaphane delivers long-lasting antioxidant action1 as compared to other dietary antioxidants, which would have to be constantly replenished since their antioxidant protection wanes off quickly.7

  • No preservatives, artificial colouring and flavouring added.
  • Product colour may vary due to the absence of artificial colouring and presence of natural ingredients. Mild natural crystallisation or caking of product may occur due to the absence of additives. Product quality is not affected.
  • May cause mild transient GI discomfort. If you are pregnant, nursing, taking any medications, or have a medical condition, consult your doctor before use. Discontinue use and seek medical advice if any adverse reaction occurs.
  • Keep out of reach of children. Store in a cool, dry place and avoid direct sunlight.
  • Sticks are not for individual sale.
  1. Axelsson, Annika S et al. (2017). Sulforaphane reduces hepatic glucose production and improves glucose control in patients with type 2 diabetes. Science translational medicine, 9(394)
  2. Guo, L. P. et al. (2014). Glucoraphanin, sulforaphane and myrosinase activity in germinating broccoli sprouts as affected by growth temperature and plant organs. Journal of Functional Foods. 9. pp70-77.
  3. Kikuchi, M et al. (2015). Sulforaphane-rich broccoli sprout extract improves hepatic abnormalities in male subjects. World journal of gastroenterology, 21(43), 12457–12467
  4. Puhlmann, M. L., & de Vos, W. M. (2020). Back to the Roots: Revisiting the Use of the Fiber-Rich Cichorium intybusL. Taproots. Advances in nutrition (Bethesda, Md.), 11(4), pp878–889.
  5. Abrams et al. (2005). A combination of prebiotic short- and long-chain inulin-type fructans enhances calcium absorption and bone mineralisation un young adolescents.The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.82: pp471-476
  6. Gao, Dinkova-Kostova and Talalay (2001). Powerful and Prolonged Protection of Human Retinal Pigment Epithelial Cells, Keratinocytes, and Mouse Leukemia Cells Against Oxidative Damage: The Indirect Antioxidant Effects of Sulforaphane. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. 98 (26): pp15221-6
  7. Sebastian J. et al. (2004). Vitamin C Pharmacokinetics: Implications for Oral and Intravenous Use. Ann Intern Med. 140. pp533-537

10 sticks
Made in Singapore


Can children take Broculin?

Parents can consider letting children aged 7 and above take 1 stick of Broculin daily.

Broculin can help promote the growth of good bacteria in the gut to support a healthy digestive system. Children may also take Broculin to help enhance natural resistance and bone development. The liquid form with minimal broccoli taste makes it a delight for children to consume.

As every child's need is unique, we recommend consulting a paediatrician to obtain appropriate advice regarding your child’s specific needs.

If you observe any undesirable side effects due to the consumption of any health supplements, please discontinue the use of the product immediately and seek medical advice.

Can pregnant women take Broculin?

Yes. Pregnant women may experience digestive discomforts during pregnancy. Consuming Broculin can help to relieve these discomforts and promote the overall wellbeing of both the mother and little one.

As each pregnancy condition is unique, we recommend pregnant women to consult their doctor before consuming any health supplements.

Can people with diabetes take Broculin?

Yes. Broculin contains inulin that helps to support healthy blood sugar levels. The natural sweetness of Broculin comes from the FOS-enriched inulin in chicory root extract, with no sugar added.

If you are taking any medications, or have a medical condition, consult your doctor before use. Discontinue use and seek medical advice if any adverse reaction occurs.

The frequency of gas release and bowel movements seem to increase after taking Broculin. Is this normal?

Yes, this is normal. Consuming Broculin helps to increase bulk weight and promote softer stools as well as produce gases such as hydrogen, carbon dioxide and methane, which might increase the frequency of gas release.