Why Broccoli Sprouts Might Actually Be A Superfood
Elle Macpherson is on the cover of this month's Vogue Australia, and she wants you to know she is extremely into her greens. Specifically, her microgreens.
"Many of us were told to "eat our greens" as children. Now, new research suggests that we should eat our microgreens, after finding that the red cabbage variety of the tiny vegetable may reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease."
Sulforaphane, Chlorophyll, Diindolylmethane - Natures cancer-fighting compounds.
High concentrations occur naturally in Broccoli, Radish, Cabbage, Red Clover, Mustard & Kale Microgreens, and other Cruciferous Vegetables.