Microgreens as type of food are winning the nutrition race across the board.
A thorough 2012 study published by the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (July) analysed the vitamin concentrations in 25 varieties of commercially available microgreens.
Lucky for us, they analysed the vitamin content of green daikon radish, China Rose Radish (Rambo), and opal radish.
The study determined that the varieties of radish are high in vitamin K, Vitamin C, Beta Carotein, and Vitamin E. Green Daikon radish is especially high in Vitamin E!
Radish is well known all around the world. The radish microgreens are very nutritious and popular. Many varieties of radish are available with different colors from ranges of red-pink-purple to yellow and green. The radish microgreen is crispy, and its taste is sweet and pleasantly peppery also. The radish microgreen is a good source of vitamin C, energy and carbohydrates. It also contains zinc, potassium, folate, manganese, copper, sodium, phosphorus, dietary fiber, niacin, riboflavin, vitamin B1 & B6, calcium, iron, magnesium and so much more.