People claim that wheatgrass can help with everything from diabetes to hair loss, though few studies have been carried out to support these theories. What's definitely true is that these shoots are rich with nutrients, including iron, calcium, magnesium, amino acids, chlorophyll, and vitamins A, C and E (according to The Mayo Clinic). If nothing else, the nutritional value of wheatgrass makes it worth looking into.
As far as I can tell, the biggest problem with wheatgrass is really the taste. At best, it can be described as distinctly "grassy." If you're making your own juice blends or smoothies, try blending the wheatgrass juice with other flavorful ingredients, like pineapple, ginger, carrots, and mint.
Do you use a lot of wheatgrass? Any recommendations for how to add it to your diet?
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