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They are the best way to fill gaps in your diet and nutrients. Because most vegetables are harvested at full maturity, we are missing the vital nutrients that the plant has not yet used to reach maturity.

What is a microgreen?

SUPER FOOD! The baby version of a plant, harvested 1-2 weeks after sprouting. They have 40x the nutrients as their fully grown counterpart. Nutrient explosions! 



Plays a huge role in healing the body - infections, wounds, etc. It is also an extremely strong antioxidant, known to neutralize free radicals.

Vitamin K

Contributes in the production of various proteins used for blood clotting. This vitamin breaks down very quickly, and is excreted quickly. Because of this, it is really difficult to consume enough.


Essential mineral that is used by every tissue in the body. It aids in muscle contraction and also helps support normal blood pressure. It is one of (if not, the) most important nutrients for bone health, and has also been proven to fight against kidney stones.

Vitamin E

Has the ability to both protect from and reduce the production of free radicals. Free radicals contribute to some cancers, vision loss, artery clogging and more. Studies show that  Vitamin E decreases your chance of Parkinson’s Disease

Vitamin A 

Stimulates the production of white blood cells as well as regulates cell production and division. Especially important for the health of cells needed for reproduction. Vitamin A has been proven to help with vision loss, and reduce the risk of some cancers.


Best known for healthy bones and teeth but does so much more! Also plays an important role in blood-clotting, muscle contraction and regulates normal heart rhythm and nerve function.

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