"The greatest wealth is health" - Virgil In "Why Microgreens Should Be Part of Your Daily Superfood Diet" by Anastia Pantsios she says " You may have dismissed the increasing prevalence of microgreens as some kind of trendy fad found mostly at fancy restaurants and upscale groceries that charge a lot for them. Don't do that! There's a real reason to add them to your diet—and it's much easier than you think. ...Dozens of different types of vegetables can be planted to produce microgreens, with a range of tastes... Because the plant is harvested before all the food contained in the seed is used to fuel the growth of a mature plant, microgreens condense the nutritional value of their older siblings. They could contain anywhere from 4 top 40 times as much of a particular nutrient, according to a study conducted by researchers at the University of Maryland and the U.S. Department of Agriculture. And many of the plants grown as microgreens are already considered superfoods, so this makes their mini-versions super-superfoods."
What is the most nutrient dense vegetable - Cress! See according to the Whole Foods ANDI Guide how great these are. Now available Micro Super Cress growing kits in our store to give your diet a great nutritional kick and outstanding flavor.
Now Available! - Mighty Micro Romaine
Here are our Mighty Micro Romaine Lettuce Microgreens now in store. This micro romaine will allow consumers many choices on consumption. Romaine is extremely high in Vitamins K, A and folate, minerals (manganese, potassium, copper, and iron) and three other vitamins (biotin, vitamin B1, and vitamin C).
New feature on website is recent shots of crops and dishes created with microgreens. See our Photo Section for ideas and inspiration.
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