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Wheatgrass: A Sprout Made From Grains, but Are the Benefits Worth the Risks?

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  • Wheatgrass contains vitamins A, C, E, K and assorted B vitamins. In addition, it contains various minerals important to optimal health such as calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, zinc, copper, manganese and selenium
  • Discover how wheatgrass is generally taken and why I recommend other alternatives to support your health instead

Sprouts are one of the healthiest vegetables you can grow. Essentially, they're young plants that have recently emerged from their seeds that you can eat right away. At first, it may be weird to harvest them at such a young age, but they're actually concentrated with beneficial nutrients. Furthermore, they're quite easy to grow since you don't have to wait until the plants reach maturity.


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