By Nidhi Singh
They’re good sources of protein, fiber, slowly digested carbs, iron, folate, calcium, potassium, zinc, antioxidants, etc.
Good sources of iron, fiber, magnesium, zinc, selenium, and vitamin E
All these contain larger amounts of protein than most other seeds.
Calcium-fortified plant milks and yogurts are usually also fortified with vitamin D
They’re also good sources of iron and calcium
Contains DHA, an essential fatty acid with many health benefits.
Good sources of complex carbs, fiber, and iron, as well as B vitamins, magnesium, zinc, etc
Nutritional yeast is commonly fortified with B vitamins, including vitamin B12
Sprouted grains might exhibit higher levels of specific vitamins and minerals, such as iron, zinc, and vitamin C.
Choline is found in small amounts in various plant foods, with tofu, cauliflower, and quinoa being top sources.