Microgreens! What are they? How much do you use? Microgreens are a great quick way to incorporate vegetables into your diet. Some microgreens have 4x to 40x more concentrated nutrients than their full-grown counterparts*
Typically harvested fresh and as you need them you can add them to entree dishes, soups, salads, sandwiches, smoothies, etc.
Microgreens are steps up from sprouts as they have at least their first set of leaves that have formed and have been able to absorb nutrients during the photosynthesis phase. It’s truly nature’s fast superfood.
Depending on your use a handful of microgreens fulfill the nutrient and mineral values you need in a day. Radish has vitamins A, B, C, E, K, calcium, magnesium, essential amino acids, and more!! Yes indeed!!
* Data cited from University of Maryland