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Microgreens Reduce Cancer Risk Study Finds

A study published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology found that people who consumed a single serving or more of cruciferous vegetables per month had half the risk of developing primary bladder cancer. The study followed patients who were diagnosed with bladder cancer and took part in an eight-year observational trial. This is not new information. We've known for a while now that intake of these vegetables can lead to reduced risk of a number of cancers, among other major benefits. The study referenced above, found that patients consuming a single serving or more of raw broccoli per month was associated with half the risk of recurrence and death as those who ate less. Broccoli sprouts for example are packed with over...

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9 Incredible Benefits of Microgreens

Its no secret microgreens are a nutrition powerhouse. They can improve and repair our bodies and significantly boost our vitamin intake without pills. At Revity Farms, we tried to summarize the benefits of microgreens into nine categories: 1. Antioxidant powerhouse Microgreens are known to contain much higher levels of antioxidants than any variety of leafy greens, which is not surprising given their size. Coutsias and Kambites named celery leaf, broccoli sprout and red amaranth as the top contenders for antioxidant power. 2. Heart-healthy Microgreens also contain all of the essential amino acids, vitamins and minerals that ensure proper blood sugar regulation, circulatory health and eye health. Celery leaf, also known as celery juice, is an excellent source for vitamin C, calcium,...

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Increase Productivity and Guard Against Disease - The Healthy Way

No Magic Pills. Just old fashioned concentrated, supercharged vegetables. Picked specifically for boosting health and supercharging cell repair, immune response, massive benefits in reducing cancer and diabetes, etc.. Microgreens are a nutritional powerhouse that may help you stay healthy, even during the winter. Microgreens are nutrient-rich plants that have been harvested at the seedling stage. They can be eaten raw or cooked and contain up to 10 times more vitamins than mature greens! These amazing plants might not provide complete protection from colds and flu, but they will certainly give your immune system a boost! As anyone who has had to take days off work due to illness knows, being sick is no fun. The best defense against catching something...

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Supercharge Muscle Repair and Growth With Microgreens

The next time you need some extra muscle repair, turn to microgreens. Microgreens are a nutrient-packed, antioxidant rich way to help your body recover from the wear and tear of daily life. One serving of microgreens provides 47% Daily Value of Vitamin K which helps reduce bruising or bleeding from minor injury like bumps or falls. It also provides 20% DV calcium which supports bone health; 25% DV folate which aids in cellular division, etc.. They are also packed with vitamins like A, C, K and E which play a vital role in immune system health as well as fighting free radicals that can lead to cancerous cells. The high levels of magnesium found in these greens also make them...

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Microgreens Supercharge Cellular Repair

The human body is made up of cells. The cells are the building blocks for your entire body and determine whether or not you can live. But what happens when our cells stop functioning properly? We start to age, lose our hair, become ill, etc. Fortunately there's a new supplement that helps restore cellular function in your body: Microgreens! Microgreens are a new trend with consumers that is taking off. They are often picked from young, tender plants as they grow. This article will cover how these microgreen cell repair benefits your body, as well as provide tips on where you can find them for purchase. Microgreens like kale and spinach are grown quickly with just water and sunlight to...

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