It seems like we’re all looking for the best and most natural way to boost our health and wellness. In a day when “Artificial” seems to describe more and more of our world, fighting back with natural greens seems like the best solution. A lot of us are turning to super greens and super green supplements as our weapon of choice. These amazing greens can help you stay healthy and energized. And if you’re searching for the most nutrient-dense super greens on the planet, then look no further than microgreens.
Microgreens are young, tender plants that are harvested just after they’ve sprouted. Studies show that the average microgreen contains 40x the nutrients of the full-grown plant (some studies show it can be up to 240x depending on the growth practices!). They’re packed with necessary vitamins, minerals, and other compounds, making them a great addition to any healthy diet. While you can certainly eat fresh microgreens, supplements offer a convenient and easy way to get all their health benefits without the hassle of hunting them down at your local health food store.
In this post, we’re going to dive deep into the world of super greens supplements and explore the amazing health benefits of consuming microgreens. Specifically, we’re going to focus on two of the more popular and most nutrient-diversified microgreens out there: fenugreek and radish. Keep reading to discover how these powerful super greens can help you take your health to the next level.
The Benefits of Fenugreek and Radish Microgreens
When we first started to freeze-dry our microgreens, we were knocked flat by the effects of fenugreek and radish. Their ability to increase our energy levels, improve focus, and give us those post-workout gians was like nothing any of us have tried before (and between an ex-bodybuilder, football player, 2 Marines, and a martial arts nut, we’d tried a lot).
Nutritional value and health benefits of fenugreek and radish microgreens
Fenugreek microgreens are rich in vitamins and minerals, including vitamin C, iron, and magnesium. They also contain powerful antioxidants that can help reduce inflammation and protect against disease. Radish microgreens are also packed with essential nutrients, including vitamins A, C, and K, as well as minerals like calcium and potassium.
How they can aid in weight loss, hormone balance, and detoxification
We found fenugreek microgreens to be fantastic in helping balance hormones and promote weight loss. For many of us, it seemed like we were trading fat in for muscle. They’ve also been shown to reduce insulin resistance and lower blood sugar levels, which makes them potent carb inhibitors . Radish microgreens, on the other hand, contain compounds that can help detoxify the liver and improve blood circulation .
The role of glucosinolates, isothiocyanate, and Coenzyme-Q10 in fenugreek and radish microgreens
Glucosinolates, isothiocyanate, and Coenzyme-Q10 are all compounds found in fenugreek and radish microgreens that have been shown to have numerous health benefits. Glucosinolates are known for their anti-cancer properties, while isothiocyanates have been shown to reduce inflammation and protect against disease. Coenzyme-Q10 is a powerful antioxidant that can help protect cells from damage.
How they can help with allergies, digestion, and skin health
Fenugreek and radish microgreens are also great for helping with allergies, digestion, and skin health. Radish microgreens contain compounds that can help reduce inflammation in the gut and promote healthy bowel movements. Fenugreek microgreens can help relieve allergy symptoms like sneezing, runny nose, and itchy eyes. Additionally, sunflower microgreens, which are found in our Revogreen Glow supplement, have been used for centuries in Ayurvedic medicine to treat all kinds of skin and lung conditions.
In summary, fenugreek and radish microgreens are packed with essential nutrients and compounds that can help improve your overall health and wellness. From weight loss to hormone balance to allergy relief, these microgreens are a versatile and effective addition to your supplement routine.
Many of our competitors buy their supplements from 3rd-party manufacturers. Most of them have no idea how they were produced, how potent they are, or their quality. At Revogreen we grow all of our supplements in-house. 0% of our products come from 3rd party vendors. We have strict growing protocols and high quality-control standards, to ensure that you get the best microgreen supplement on the market.
Why are We so Jazzed About Revogreen Power?
If you're looking for a powerful super greens supplement that's packed with health benefits, look no further than Revogreen Power. This unique supplement contains a special blend of fenugreek and radish microgreens, two of the popular and most nutrient-diverse greens around.
Revogreen Power is designed to help with detoxification, hormone balance, and energy levels. Its formula is rich in potent antioxidants like glucosinolates, isothiocyanate, and Coenzyme-Q10, which are known to have powerful health benefits. These compounds work together to help support healthy cellular function, promote energy production, and reduce oxidative stress in the body.
But don't just take our word for it. Our customers rave about the benefits of Revogreen Power. Many have noticed improved energy levels, better digestion, and a general sense of well-being after taking this supplement regularly.
If you're looking for a way to improve your health and feel your best, Revogreen Power is definitely worth a try. Try it today and experience the benefits of this powerful super greens supplement for yourself!
Other Microgreens Supplements
At Revogreen, we offer a variety of microgreens supplements beyond Revogreen Power, all of which are grown in organic nutrient-dense soil and packed with beneficial compounds. Here are some of our other popular microgreens supplements:
All of our microgreens supplements are designed to support specific health needs, and we take pride in the quality and potency of each one.
Tips for Incorporating Microgreens Supplements into Your Diet
Now, obviously, you can take any of our supplements in the capsules right out of the jar. But we’ve noticed that many of our customers like to take them in other ways. If you're looking to incorporate microgreens supplements into your diet, here are some ideas.
Mix with Juice
One of the easiest ways to take microgreen supplements is by mixing them with juice. You can pop open the capsules and dump them in. the radish in Revogreen Focus has a fantastic spicy flavor, and the pea in Revogreen Muscle & Joints has a fresh grassy flavor that both pair well with tomato juice.
Add to Smoothies
Microgreens supplements can also be added to smoothies for an extra boost of nutrition. Try blending them with your favorite fruits and vegetables for a delicious and healthy treat. Many of our customers going through cancer treatment, take a variety of our microgreens and prefer to just dump them all into a morning smoothy.
Take with Chocolate
We found that taking our microgreens with high-quality chocolate can even intensify the effect. The radish in Revogreen Focus and the mustard in Revogreen Sleep, both seem to benefit from this pairing. You can try putting them in a hot chocolate drink (let it cool down a bit first). Our resident Immunologist , Beata Lerman, adds broccoli microgreens from Revogreen Immunity to her gourmet chocolate bars. Check them out here at Sinless Treats.
Use Them as Spices
Originally our goal was to make the best-tasting fresh micro greens, that is until we found out they had amazing health benefits. But they still taste great. Use them as spices Revogreen Focus and Revogreen Sleep both have amazing spicy flavors. The sunflower in Revogreen Glow has a great herbal buttery flavor. And the broccoli in Revogreen Immunity has… well… it really doesn’t taste like much, but it’s really good for you.
To get the full health benefits of microgreens supplements, it's important to take them regularly. You can take them daily or a few times a week, depending on your needs and goals.
Consult with a healthcare professional: Before incorporating microgreens supplements into your diet, it's always a good idea to consult with a healthcare professional. They can help you determine the right dosage and frequency for your specific needs.
By following these tips, you can easily incorporate microgreens supplements into your daily routine and reap the numerous health benefits they have to offer.
Some Final Thoughts
If you're looking for an easy and convenient way to reap the benefits of microgreens, try Revogreen Power and our other microgreens supplements today. Our supplements are packed with potent nutrients and are much more convenient than dealing with fresh microgreens.
Head to our shop to explore our full range of microgreens supplements and discover which one is right for you. Order now and start experiencing the health benefits of microgreens today!
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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Droo Higgins: I’m an educational writer and strategist. I worked in the fields of public and corporate education as a content developer, trainer, and consultant for the past 12 years. I’m also an advocate for the health benefits of microgreens, as I’ve seen them work firsthand. Find me on LinkedIn.
Beata Lerman PhD: I am a biochemist and an Immunologist with a passion for improving health in the most effective ways possible. I have been in many roles over my 23-year biomedical research career from academic Research and Drug Development to industry consulting and Medical affairs. I strive to bring you the most evidence-based and reliable educational content to put you back in charge of your health. Find me on LinkedIn, and try some of my gourmet, sugar-free chocolates at Sinless Treats.Images by Shashank Mohan on Unsplash.
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