Microgreen Newsletter

  • Microgreens and Immune Health - A lot has changed in our world since our last newsletter in January. Rest assured, Farm Doc Microgreens continues to produce fresh grown, highly nutritious microgreens. And speaking of nutrition, we are all now trying to fill our diet with foods to help boost our immune system. Fortunately, microgreens is one way to achieve those […]
  • Microgreens: Nature’s Supplement - Daniel Czelatdko DC, CCSP, DACBN – “Nutritional Perspectives: Journal of the Council on Nutrition of the American Chiropractic Association” Microgreens have been used for many decades as a culinary treat or improve the presentation of gastronomic delights. Recent studies have demonstrated microgreens possess a highly nutritious profile in the category of a super food. This […]
  • Broccoli Microgreens Nutrition Facts - Broccoli, some love it some hate it. As a microgreen, the flavor is more subtle and can be used in many different ways. As with most microgreens, broccoli has more nutrients per weight than its mature plant. And broccoli comes with some additional benefits to help keep our body healthy. Sulforfane, the compound that gives […]
  • Happy and Healthy New Year - Happy New Year everyone. I hope 2020 is a great year for all and we can achieve our goals and aspirations to the fullest degree. As I reflect on the past year, I want to give thanks to all those who have helped Farm Doc Microgreens to grow in the Chippewa Valley. Thanks to you […]
  • Buckwheat Microgreens Nutrition Info - Buckwheat microgreens can be a great addition to your diet. Buckwheat isn’t a wheat at all, in fact it derives from the rhubarb and sorrel family. The seeds interestingly are shaped like little pyramids. Their flavor is mild and somewhat of a tangy variety. They work great in smoothies, mixed with salads or used on […]
  • Leek Microgreens - Our newest addition to our list of microgreens is leeks. If you haven’t tried these, the taste is a combination of onion, garlic, shallot, scallion, chive, and Chinese onion. The spectrum of flavor is more on the sweeter side. Leeks are a good source of dietary fiber, vitamin B6, iron and magnesium, and a very […]
  • Our Healthy Microgreen Mixes - Mixes of microgreens can be beneficial in many ways. Blending different flavors of micros can pair up several varieties to give a unique flavor profile. It also allows an excellent way to combine different nutrient rich micros to make a super charged blend. Farm Doc has several mixes to provide both flavor and nutrition. Our […]
  • What is Sulforaphane? - Sulforphane, sounds like some type of dangerous chemical we wouldn’t want to be exposed to, right? Well this is quite contrary to the truth. It is an exceptionally powerful antioxidant, detoxifier and brain enhancer. It helps in building stronger mitochondria, the power house of all cells, And you don’t have to supplement this phytochemical (bio-active […]
  • Pea Shoots, The Versatile Microgreen - Pea microgreens or pea shoots are one of the more popular microgreens we grow. Why you ask? Since they have a mild yet sweet flavor, they can be used in many dishes. The pea microgreen is also one of the largest of the microgreens we grow. Since this plant keeps its flavor throughout growth, they […]
  • The Amazing Radish Microgreen - Radish microgreens have been gaining popularity among health-conscious consumers looking to add more superfoods to their diets. Radish micros are loaded with vitamins, and research suggests that these super-nutritious sprouts may be even more effective at preventing cancer than broccoli microgreens. Here’s some of the facts on the health benefits of radish microgreens. Folate, B6 […]