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How is wheatgrass used?

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The leaves are tough to digest, so they’re usually crushed and squeezed to make juice. Wheatgrass leaves also can be dried and made into tablets or capsules. Others eat raw wheatgrass because they believe that cooking foods destroys the natural enzymes that provide the real health kick.

From: Is Wheatgrass Good for You? WebMD Medical Reference

SOURCES: Ben-Arye, E. , 2002. American Cancer Society: "Wheatgrass." Marwaha, R. 2004. Bar-Sela, G. , 2007. Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center: "Wheatgrass."




Scandinavian Journal of GastroenterologyIndian Pediatrics,Nutrition and Cancer

Reviewed by Kathleen M. Zelman on May 17, 2018

SOURCES: Ben-Arye, E. , 2002. American Cancer Society: "Wheatgrass." Marwaha, R. 2004. Bar-Sela, G. , 2007. Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center: "Wheatgrass."




Scandinavian Journal of GastroenterologyIndian Pediatrics,Nutrition and Cancer

Reviewed by Kathleen M. Zelman on May 17, 2018

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