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What Is Brassicasterol?

Brassicasterol is a member of the class of phytosterols, belonging to the sterols. The most common source of brassicasterol is from marine algae, it has a relatively high concentration.

Brassicasterol Is A Sterol

Brassicasterol is a phytosterol found in marine algae, fish, and rapeseed oil. (source 🗗)

The most common plant sterols are sitosterol, campesterol, stigmasterol and brassicasterol. They are dietary sterols that are structurally very similar to cholesterol. But in contrast to cholesterol, plant sterols can cross the blood-brain barrier and accumulate within the brain. (source 🗗)

Where To Find Brassicasterol

If you are interested in a list of foods where you can find this nutrient. Go to our nutrition tool and check out brassicasterol .

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Sara Niemelä

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I’m a wife and a mother of three. I enjoy the outdoors, cooking, and spending time with my family. Nutrition is my passion. I have spent thousands upon thousands of hours reading, analyzing, categorizing and comparing research studies. Nutrition is the foundation you build a healthy and fulfilling life upon!