Our Tangy Nutritious Chia is highly nutritious.
Facts and Knowledge
- We harvest fresh microgreens every day to ensure that the different harvest times of the different plants are strictly followed to ensure the highest quality. Environmentally friendly and reusable materials are used for packaging, No mold can appear for 8 – 14 days if stored correctly
- The weight information on our boxes is the actual usable plant weight.
- If you prefer microgreens in a plant tray, you must consider the following:
- Caution! Some types of plants tend to form mold in the root area. Be sure to store dry and ventilate the planting mat. The weight of the products offered in trays includes grow mats, water, roots and packaging this is why the usable plant weight is generally 40-50% below the declaration. For technical reasons, this applies to all suppliers of planters. Find out what Wikipedia has to say.
The #Microgreenteam only offers government approved microgreens with eco-friendly and reusable packaging.
Tangy in flavor with a slight bitterness – this makes Chia Micro’s great when added to sweeter foods. They also have a delightfully fresh minty scent (surprisingly, chia is actually part of the mint family!) Add them to salads, sandwiches, smoothies or atop basically any meal to add freshness and a zing of flavor. Kids will love them too and is a sure-fire way to encourage them to eat their greens! To retain their full nutritional values, they are best used raw.
Let’s dive into their nutritional values:
Great for Bone & cardiovascular health. Chia microgreens are high in calcium which is not only essential for your teeth and bones, it is also highly beneficial for your cardiovascular system by improving your heart health and the ability for nutrients and oxygen to get around your body.
Perfect for Brain Health. High in omega-3 fatty acids as per its seed counterpart, chia microgreens can help improve brain and cognitive function and they have even been linked to contributing to the prevention of Alzheimers development.
Boosting your Blood Health. When sprouted, chia has the added benefit of chlorophyll which helps to cleanse your blood and increase your red blood cell count. Chlorophyll is also full of vitamins K, E, C and A as well as potassium and iron. Our bodies require Omega 3 fatty acids in order to maintain a healthy cardiovascular system as well as to help stabilize cholesterol and insulin levels. It can also improve memory and contribute to steering off anxiety and depression. Grow your body stronger and resist disease as effectively as possible by adding these little gems to your daily diet!