Sulforaphane is a natural plant compound found in many cruciferous vegetables mainly broccoli. Raw vegetables have the highest levels of Sulforaphane. Studies show that raw broccoli contains 10 times more Sulforaphane than cooked broccoli. It’s also found in other veggies like cabbage, cauliflower, kale, bok choy and watercress. However, eating roughage and fibrous foods may be difficult for people with dietary restrictions and sensitivities. If you can’t eat raw vegetables or can’t stomach the taste, there’s still a way to receive this amazing nutrient.