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Why eat Microgreens

Here's why microgreens are good for you

Different types of microgreens will give you different vitamins, minerals and nutrients. But, in general, microgreens are a great source of vitamin A, E, C and K, and minerals such as calcium, magnesium, iron, selenium and zinc.


How do microgreens help the body? 
There is evidence to suggest that microgreens have a high antioxidant content, which means that they may help prevent a range of diseases. The exact types of antioxidant will depend on the plant. Microgreens from the Brassica family, which include broccoli, contain high levels of vitamin E, a phenolic antioxidant.
Microgreen pack a nutritional punch

But these pretty little things are also, though miniscule in size, concentrated in nutrients. Studies have shown that microgreens are loaded with nutrients, such vitamins, C, E, and K, lutein, and beta-carotene, 40 fold than the mature leaves of the same plants.
Are microgreens better for you than vegetables? 
Sprouted seeds and microgreens are often more nutrient-dense than ungerminated seeds or mature vegetables.
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