Super-food vegetable powders that go beyond organic.
Dr. Cowan’s Garden produces green powders and other kitchen ingredients that truly does make it easy to increase the nutrition in the meals you are already making and consuming.
When it comes to getting all the nutrients you need to get and stay healthy, diversity is a key component. I sprinkle these powders into dishes I am already cooking to increase the plant variety I am consuming.
Some of the powders to choose from:
One of the most nutrient dense foods on the planet. Great for immune system health, stomach and digestive functions, and has antibacterial and antiviral activity.
Threefold Blend Powder
One of my favorite powders, this one has a savory flavor blended with peppers, making it perfect to add to dishes like pasta or other vegetables as a seasoning.
Three Beet Powder
Beets have long been known to improve the cardiovascular system.
Burdock Root Powder
Burdock is popular for its’ blood-cleansing and cell regeneration abilities. This plant has a very “woodsy” taste and it great to add to soups like bone-broth.
Some specialized ingredients:
Supremely anti-inflammatory, Turmeric should be a staple in every home. Great to add to rice or other veggies, or to make turmeric lattes!
Leeks are an excellent source of Vitamin K, which helps regulate the body’s inflammatory process, and they also offer good amounts of manganese, Vitamin B6, copper, iron, folate, and vitamin C. Leeks are also a good source of Vitamin A (in the form of carotenoids), dietary fiber, magnesium, Vitamin E, calcium, and omega-3 fatty acids.
Kale is a highly nutritious vegetable known for its many phytochemicals, which are anti-inflammatory. It is one of the best sources of Vitamin K, which helps regulate the body’s inflammatory process, as well as beta-carotene. It is also a great source for Vitamin C and manganese, which is important for skin health.
This pepper salt contains a wide variety of heirloom peppers — some sweet, some hot — to create a delicious blend. Bell peppers are not only rich in the powerful antioxidants known as carotenoids, they also contain sulfur compounds that have been shown to have anti-cancer benefits. They’re also an excellent source of Vitamins E and C as well as the antioxidant mineral manganese.