Health Benefits


Watercress is a leafy green aquatic vegetable well renowned in the food industry for its health benefits.

Being a superfood means watercress is extremely rich in essential nutrients and antioxidants, making it the best of the best for your health. Gram for gram watercress has more vitamin C than oranges, more vitamin E than broccoli and more calcium than whole milk.


  • Helps prevent osteoporosis
  • Lowers risk of Cancer
  • Promotes diabetes treatment
  • Lowers cholesterol
  • Promote cognitive function/ prevent cognitive issues e.g. Alzheimer’s
  • Lower risk of birth defects.
  • Improves thyroid function
  • Improves bone health


Hailed as a superfood, beetroot (also know as beet) is a gold mine of whole hearted goodness. Beetroot has copious amounts of vital nutrients some of which are:

Manganese –  Helps with skin and bone health, blood sugar management and helps protect against free radicals.
Folate – Also known as folic acid or B9, helps produce red blood cells and helps prevent birth defects.
Potassium –  Helpful for blood pressure regulation and kidney health.
Vitamin C – Is a powerful antioxidant, which is helpful for wound healing, strengthening tissues and fights cellular aging.

Beetroot also contains zinc, iron and copper. As well as being full of nutrients this superfood has great health benefits:

  • Helps lower blood pressure
  • Support healthy liver function
  • Has anti-cancer benefits
  • Helps with energy and physical endurance
  • Prevent respiratory problems
  • Boosts blood detoxification
  • Helps improve brain health

These are just some of the many health benefits of adding beetroot to your diet.

Bean Sprouts

Our bean sprouts are grown from Mung beans which are one of the most common types of bean sprout there is. These bean sprouts are low in calories and are fat free.

Beansprouts contain multiple vitamins and minerals, some of those include:

Vitamin C – There is around 13.7mg of vitamin C per 1 cup of bean sprouts. Vitamin C helps strengthen tissues including cartilage and skin and fights cellular aging by working as an antioxidant.
Vitamin k – There is around 34mg of Vitamin K per 1 cup of bean sprouts. Vitamin K helps healthy clotting of the blood and nourishes bone tissue.
Folate – Helps produce amino acids and red blood cells which is essential to prevent anaemia it is also said to help prevent birth defects.