By. Robert j. Maatthews
The word "microgreen" can be used for any herb or vegetable whose leaves can be eaten and are picked just as the first true leaves start to grow.
The formal name for this stage is the cotyledon growth stage. This is the time when a plant has germinated and sprouted but is not fully grown yet.
When it comes to nutrition, collard greens are one of the best. They are full of vitamin K and A.
In fact, they have 1,045% and 308% more than the daily suggested amount, respectively.
Asparagus is next on our list of fantastic leafy greens that may improve your body and health—after you get over the scent.
Serve asparagus in spring to get vitamin A, C, K, E, and B6. Folate, iron, copper, protein, calcium, and fiber are abundant.
A cup of spinach has 41 calories but lots of vitamins K and A.
Calcium strengthens bones, while vitamins A, C, fiber, and folic acid protect colon cancer.