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The Avmacol® Story

For more than a decade, researchers at Nutramax Laboratories have been investigating the phytochemical sulforaphane. Since we started, findings from across the health sciences began to confirm what our own work had suggested: for researchers committed to making true health accessible in the modern world, the potential benefits of sulforaphane were too great to ignore.

Our lives today present our bodies with a wide array of new toxins and stressors. The food we eat, the air we breathe, and the environments we live and work in all put stress on our cells and immune systems. Sulforaphane, which broccoli sprouts and other cruciferous veggies help the body produce naturally, helps our cells fight off those threats, giving our natural immune and detoxification systems the support they need to thrive.

The Avmacol® brand has been selected for use in more sulforaphane human clinical trials than any other supplement1 and Avmacol® Extra Strength harnesses the synergistic properties of maitake mushroom extract to heighten the support for your cells. If you’re looking for a convenient, safe way to support your body through the challenges of modern life, you’re looking for Avmacol®. Unleash the power of broccoli with Avmacol.

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Backed by Research

At Nutramax Laboratories we hold ourselves to the very highest standards of research—both in supporting peer-reviewed studies across disciplines and in replicating findings in our own work. Our rigorous approach is driven by a desire to provide families with supplements they can truly trust. Both in quality of ingredients and research, our laboratory practices set the standard for our industry.

The Avmacol® brand has been selected for use in more sulforaphane human clinical trials than any other supplement1, because we're committed to driving research forward and we hold our products to the highest standard.

The Avmacol® Community

For families today, living healthy, balanced lives in harmony with our body’s natural processes is more complicated than ever. Our mission is to provide opportunities that make it easier to relieve stress on families all the way down to the cellular level. That’s especially true for families who have a vested interest in their health and wellness. We’re proud sponsors of organizations such as The Autism Community in Action and the Autism Hope Alliance. As researchers, we are committed to supporting community resources for families living in the modern world.

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Parents’ Perspective

Curt and Ana Warner in conversation with Dr. Chris D’Adamo, Director of the Center for Integrative Medicine  at the University of Maryland School of Medicine.

The Avmacol® Difference

As the leading supplement in clinical research around sulforaphane, Avmacol® is backed by evidence you can trust. And our Sulforaphane Production System® guarantees the presence of myrosinase, an important precursor enzyme for your immune system.
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Sulforaphane can only be produced in the body with the antioxidant glucoraphanin and the enzyme myrosinase. Our patented Sulforaphane Production System® was designed to deliver these necessary building blocks with every serving.

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The Sulforaphane Production System® was developed by our scientists at Nutramax Laboratories with the help of a leading sulforaphane researcher with two decades of experience examining this vital phytochemical.

Learn more about Sulforaphane

1Based on a 08/25/2020 search of officially registered human clinical trials of known broccoli product competitors found on ClinicalTrials.gov.