Microgreens are a superfood that is packed with nutrients. They are very similar to sprouts and can be easily grown at home. They take around a week to grow and survive all year long.
Lower cholesterol: A study found that red cabbage microgreens lower levels of LDL cholesterol, liver cholesterol, and inflammatory cytokines.
Can support gut health: Microgreens are rich in fibre which makes them extremely good food to improve your gut health. It can ease constipation or other gastrointestinal distress
Help fight cancer: Some early research evidence shows that sulforaphane, a compound found at especially high levels in broccoli sprouts, may help fight cancer.
Lower risk of heart disease: Microgreens contain polyphenols, a class of antioxidants linked to a lower risk of heart disease.
Lower risk of Alzheimer’s disease: Since microgreens contain high amounts of polyphenols, it is linked to lower risk of Alzheimer’s disease.