Flax Microgreen Seeds
Flax is a tall and thin microgreen, considered by many for the nutritional qualities of the seed.
Whether ground, in seed form, or consumed as a microgreen, flax is a terrific addition to meals. It adds a nutty flavor to dishes and it is also used in smoothies and baked into bread.
Flax seeds are used in many health-conscious recipes as it contains vitamins, iron, and potassium.
Flax can also be consumed as grains or sprouts. The second option is preferable since the maximum amount of nutrients is concentrated in the plant at the stage of ripening of the first leaves.
Flax Microgreens Benefits
- polyunsaturated fatty acids Omega 6 and Omega 3
- vitamins A, C, B, E, F
- folic acid
Flax seeds contain a large amount of vitamin F. It is actively involved in the metabolic process, while it is not produced in the body on its own. Flax sprouts are prized for their high amounts of vegetable protein, iron, magnesium, zinc, and calcium.