We love Broccoli Microgreens in Graudupes because:
Beside their tasty cabbage-like flavor & vibrant green color, they are one of the most beneficial microgreens ever because of the unique cell-repairing nutrients they contain.
Broccoli Microgreens nutritional facts:
A, B, C, K and Folate
Calcium, Sodium, Magnesium, Potassium, Phosphorus, Zinc, Iron, and Selenium
Antioxidants and anti-inflammatories:
Sulforaphane, Lutein, zeaxanthin and Kaempferol
High quality Fibers, Proteins & Carbohydrates
Health benefits of Broccoli Microgreens
- May help prevent & fight cancer
It contains bioactive compounds that may reduce cell damage caused by chronic diseases.
- May help reducing inflammations
A study on tobacco smokers showed that eating broccoli led to a significant reduction in sources of inflammation.
- May aid blood sugar control
Studies showed a significant decrease in insulin resistance of type 2 diabetes, reduced pancreatic cell damage as well as more stable blood sugar levels.
- May support cardiovascular health
Studies showed broccoli can significantly reduce “bad cholesterol” levels, & can protect against cell death & oxidative stress in heart tissues.
- Promotes healthy digestion
Studies showed it can balance good bacteria in the gut, reduce colon inflammations & ease constipation.
- May help fighting dementia
Studies showed that bioactive compounds in broccoli supports healthy brain & nervous tissue function, & promotes brain tissue recovery following brain injury or toxic exposures.
- Supports your immune system
- May improve oral health
- Supports bones and joints health
- May promote a healthy pregnancy
Broccoli Microgreens recipes
Greens in general are better eaten raw than cooked, because heat can damage many of its nutritional compounds. This is why we prefer our Broccoli Microgreens
You can use them in many ways, for example:
- as a garnish for salads, soups, flatbreads, or pizzas
- to add nutritional value to a juice or smoothie
- as a side to any main dish
- to add flavor and color to an omelet or frittata
- as an alternative to lettuce in tacos or a burger or sandwich