A list of radish microgreens’ nutrients looks like nutrition facts on a bottle of multivitamins. Not only vitamins A, B, C, E, and K, they also contain calcium iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium and zinc.
There is more than that, radish microgreens are rich in essential amino acids and chlorophyll which offer a whole range of health benefits from cancer-fighting properties to digestive aid. These seriously powerful little greens deliver a whole lot of fibre and roughage which you know important to help keep your digestive system functioning smoothly.
Radish Microgreens is the food for fitness that help bring relief to women experiencing hot flashes during premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and menopause, as well as relief from constipation and piles. Their high folate levels are especially important for pregnant women – because it helps prevent severe congenital disabilities of the foetus’s developing brain and spine (known as neural tube defects).
Radish microgreens are not intended to take over the radish bulb. Tiny with different texture, colour, flavour, and more vitamins and minerals than the same amount of radish bulb, radish microgreens bring the spicy taste to the table. Their lighty, spicy flavour and surprising crunchiness make them a
lively addition to your salads, stir-fry. Why not just toss them into any cooked dish right before serving.