This is the subject I've been working on for a year now. The basic research has been going on for 20 years. The key researchers are the brilliant Prof Albena Dinkova-Kostova in Dundee UK for the cellular and genetic processes, the neuroscientist Antonio Cuadrado in Madrid and Jed Fahey in US for plant chemistry. They all work together. I've been mostly working with Albena. The science is now established and mature. PD brains have too much oxidative stress and it increases with age. It is particularly strong in dopamine cells where it damages cell membranes and mitochondria. The system which controls this is deregulated in PD brains. We now know why and how to reset it using chemicals which attract electrons called electrophiles. You find these in food and the best are in broccoli. Yep! Eat your greens!
It's not that easy. You need high concentration which you get only in seeds and young sprouts. And a very specific extraction process to be strictly followed. The choice of seeds is also critical as is the dose. When you get it right it works, at least for me.
After 9 months of experimentation I now feel ok to tell the story.
The file below is an introduction for non-scientists. At the end of that article is a link to a long scientific article with all the source material.