You make a very good point, so perhaps I should just hold off another month or two and see what happens.
So far they have not increased or multiplied (as far as I can tell).
Sulforaphane has many other health benefits, so I do want to start back with growing high dosage sprouts at some point, but I can wait a bit longer and see if there is a reversal in my (currently stable) lipomas.
It is unfortunate in a general sense that mine did not increase after stopping the treatment. I have to at least lean in the direction that sulforaphane was not the primary driver in their initial reduction. And I don't know what was.
Not knowing about this thread ... I was on Brocolli sprouts for months. I didn't take it to reduce Lipomas (in fact I didn't even know there was any known possibility). Reason I started was I had read it helped kids with Autism (I have an Autistic Child). We took together for several months. I grew my own Brocolli sprouts .. religiously (not in spiritual sense) and from heart and love. We loved to eat the sprouts ... in fact also did other seeds sprouting. We must have consumed it for about 6 to 8 months. Just gave it up a few months back .. as it didn't help either my child ... and certainly not the Lipomas I have.
Again .. if it didn't work for me doesn't mean it won't work for others .. and hey Brocolli sprouts are nutritious anyway ... so no harm in trying them out or even continuing forever even if it doesn't work on Lipomas.
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