I realized that my body is what I eat. My diet was if it tasted good and fit into my mouth I ate it and my seasoning was salt. So I went to my doctor and said “doctor doctor Mr Md” can you help me please. So he said sure. So we talked and he stuck a needle in my arm sucked out some blood and sent it off to the lab and said come back in a week.
He then sent me to a nutritionist that helped diabetics with their diets. She told me about calories, fats, carbs and protein then told me how many calories to eat. I thought immediately I will starve. Those are appetizer portions. Then she said read the label and I said what’s that. She rolled her eyes and I am sure she thought are you serious. NOT REALLY SHE WAS A VERY NICE, HELPFUL AND PATIENT. I DID MENTION PATIENT RIGHT. So she showed where the label is and what to look for. That got me started. Then I started to educate myself. About my diet and the food I eat.
In that time of research I came across micro greens. I have grown iceberg and mixed lettuce. As well as other vegetable and row crops. I started to grow some for myself and I let Allison try some so she started growing them for herself. We both liked them to eat and juice them.
We then started to share them with others to try. The majority of people liked them and wanted more. So we have been increasing production and making them available to more and more people.
We realized that micro greens are not that available and most of the ones that are available are not fresh, the quality that we would eat or the price is too high.
They are nutritional and easy to digest. We feed the soil what it needs to feed the micro greens so they can feed you what you need. If it has the Quandt Farms “Q” on the Label you know its “Quandt Farms Quality