Kale is especially rich in Vitamin K. In fact, kale contains as much as 100% of a baby’s requirement per day of this essential vitamin in just 1 serving. Kale also provides a very healthy amount of vitamin C. These Vitamins are known to boost the baby’s immunity!
Broccoli is a vitamin powerhouse! This is a perfect addition to a baby’s diet as it boosts the immune system with a significant amount of minerals, antioxidants, and Vitamins A, B, and C. Broccoli is rich in sulfur, which aids in detoxification and hair / nail / joint health.
Fresh wheatgrass juice easily and seamlessly blends with other fruits and veggies in juices and purees. By feeding your baby wheatgrass from time to time, he/she will be benefiting from loads of minerals, vitamins and antioxidants.
Clover microgreens are packed with calcium, iron, magnesium, fiber, folate, vitamin C and zinc. They can easily be added to savory purees for your baby. They taste similar to alfalfa sprouts which also make them the perfect crunchy-fresh garnish to sandwiches, salads and wraps when your baby starts eating more solid foods.
Cabbage microgreens are mild-tasting and provide a huge boost of Vitamin C for a healthy and strong immune system! They are rich in other key vitamins, antioxidants, amino acids and nutrients that can help to prevent several diseases.
All of these flavors have a mild taste so they can be added to just about anything. From breakfast to dinner, you can rest assured knowing that your baby is getting the best nutrients.
You can add these to anything from fresh fruit purees like blueberry and strawberry to savory meals like avocado or bean purees. The combinations are endless so let your creativity run wild! Once your baby has evolved past purees, microgreens can be just as easily incorporated into a toddler’s diet in the form of salads, smoothies, juices or garnish!
Other zestier varieties, such as our daikon radish or salad mixes can also be incorporated into your child’s diet if they aren’t sensitive to a little spiciness. Start off with a smaller amount to see if your child enjoys the more robust flavor!