Podcasts with Natalie Paterson

In this episode of Outspoken Nutrition, we talk with Natalie Paterson, co-founder of ingarden, about all the great benefits of microgreens. ingarden is a smart, hydroponic growing system for microgreens.

ingarden empowers everyone to become their healthiest, most vibrant selves. Using modern technology, growers are given easy access to one of nature’s most nutrient-dense foods. Artfully, sustainably and purposefully designed, ingarden enables everyone to consume fresh, nutrient-rich microgreens. ingarden reconnects people to their food source and gives them the freedom to grow nutrient-rich vegetables at home in delicious and environmentally conscious ways. Together, we grow for a better life.

This week on Between the Reps, Brooke and Jeanna are joined by Natalie Paterson from Ingarden to talk about Microgreens. She discusses the importance micronutrients have on the body.

Today Natalie Paterson, the founder and CEO of Ingarden, joined Manifest with Tori DeSimone. We discuss the importance of microgreens, optimizing your health, how her role as a scientist transformed into a CEO, and paving her own path as a female entrepreneur. This episode is packed with tools and information that I know Manifest listeners will find value in.

Microgreens are young vegetable greens which generally contain greater amounts of health-promoting micronutrients than their mature counterparts. Although they are small, microgreens have delicate textures, distinctive flavors and various nutrients from vitamin A to zinc. Smart gardens are vegetable or herb gardens that are typically small, indoor units controlled by computer and/or manage their own lighting. ingarden is a simple indoor hydroponic smart garden for growing microgreens.

Microgreens are young vegetable greens which generally contain greater amounts of health-promoting micronutrients than their mature counterparts. Although they are small, microgreens have delicate textures, distinctive flavors and various nutrients from vitamin A to zinc. Smart gardens are vegetable or herb gardens that are typically small, indoor units controlled by computer and/or manage their own lighting. ingarden is a simple indoor hydroponic smart garden for growing microgreens.

Natalie has a background in nutritional biochemistry and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in food science. After studying food and nutrition extensively, she came to the conclusion that growing your own and directly harnessing the immense nutritional content is the best way to seamlessly make people’s lives more nutritious and sustainable. With ingarden, Natalie has found a way to improve the way we eat through innovative, fresh and accessible food without sacrificing convenience or comfort.

In this episode of Brown Vegan Podcast, Natalie Paterson, co-founder of ingarden, talks about her career in food science and biochemistry. The benefits of growing and eating microgreens and how healthy food can become fast food (microgreens are much more than a side dish!). Why Natalie decided to focus on a sustainable, holistic superfood business model.

Special Guest Natalie Paterson, co-founder of ingarden joins the podcast. “Microgreens are more micronutrient dense than full-grown veggies and are perfect for reaching health goals. They are such a powerful yet under-explored topic in the nutrition/health/wellness space.”

Be curious about these small but powerful plants as Natalie Paterson talks with us about the benefits of microgreens as part of your diet. As a food scientist and co-founder of ingarden, Natalie shares our passion for making good nutrition attainable and sustainable. In this episode, we discuss some of her research on the nutritional value of microgreens, the benefits to ourselves of getting closer to our food sources, and the importance of having a sustainable food growing option at home.

In today’s episode, we have a special guest: Natalie has a background in nutritional biochemistry and is currently pursuing an MS in food science. She has always had a passion for food and nutrition. Natalie will explain the value of growing your own microgreens and the positive effects they have on health and wellness. After her extensive studies, she built an international team to create ingarden.

Listen in as I chat with Natalie Paterson who is a Food Scientist and Co-Founder of ingarden, a microgreen semi DIY mini garden at home. We discuss what microgreens are, what makes them so nutritious, how to use them in a recipe and much more!

You won´t believe

Microgreens are teeny, leafy greens that pack a big nutritional punch. Since they first appeared in restaurants on the West coast in 1990, they have had a reputation of being a fancy garnish on a small entree at an upscale restaurant. But no more. Today there are over 25 different varieties of microgreens waiting to flavor up your meals.
Click here to listen to the podcast

Podcasts with Natalie Paterson

ingarden empowers everyone to become their healthiest, most vibrant selves. Using modern technology, growers are given easy access to one of nature’s most nutrient-dense foods. Artfully, sustainably and purposefully designed, ingarden enables everyone to consume fresh, nutrient-rich microgreens. ingarden reconnects people to their food source and gives them the freedom to grow nutrient-rich vegetables at home in delicious and environmentally conscious ways. Together, we grow for a better life.

This week on Between the Reps, Brooke and Jeanna are joined by Natalie Paterson from Ingarden to talk about Microgreens. She discusses the importance micronutrients have on the body.

In this episode of Outspoken Nutrition, we talk with Natalie Paterson, co-founder of ingarden, about all the great benefits of microgreens. ingarden is a smart, hydroponic growing system for microgreens.

You won´t believe

Microgreens are teeny, leafy greens that pack a big nutritional punch. Since they first appeared in restaurants on the West coast in 1990, they have had a reputation of being a fancy garnish on a small entree at an upscale restaurant. But no more. Today there are over 25 different varieties of microgreens waiting to flavor up your meals.
Click here to listen to the podcast

Today Natalie Paterson, the founder and CEO of Ingarden, joined Manifest with Tori DeSimone. We discuss the importance of microgreens, optimizing your health, how her role as a scientist transformed into a CEO, and paving her own path as a female entrepreneur. This episode is packed with tools and information that I know Manifest listeners will find value in.

Microgreens are the tiny plants that grow when seeds first sprout. They are miniature versions of your favorite herbs and vegetables that are picked at their peak nutrient-density. Packed with more nutrition and all of the deliciousness. They are superfoods you can grow in your own kitchen and are ready to serve in one week. Benefits of Microgreens Microgreens are packed with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and flavor. Each microgreen has its own particular nutritional benefits and can contain up to 2150% more of the percent daily value of nutrients per serving than their full-grown counterparts.

Natalie has a background in nutritional biochemistry and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in food science. After studying food and nutrition extensively, she came to the conclusion that growing your own and directly harnessing the immense nutritional content is the best way to seamlessly make people’s lives more nutritious and sustainable. With ingarden, Natalie has found a way to improve the way we eat through innovative, fresh and accessible food without sacrificing convenience or comfort.

In this episode of Brown Vegan Podcast, Natalie Paterson, co-founder of ingarden, talks about her career in food science and biochemistry. The benefits of growing and eating microgreens and how healthy food can become fast food (microgreens are much more than a side dish!). Why Natalie decided to focus on a sustainable, holistic superfood business model.

Listen in as I chat with Natalie Paterson who is a Food Scientist and Co-Founder of ingarden, a microgreen semi DIY mini garden at home. We discuss what microgreens are, what makes them so nutritious, how to use them in a recipe and much more!

Be curious about these small but powerful plants as Natalie Paterson talks with us about the benefits of microgreens as part of your diet. As a food scientist and co-founder of ingarden, Natalie shares our passion for making good nutrition attainable and sustainable. In this episode, we discuss some of her research on the nutritional value of microgreens, the benefits to ourselves of getting closer to our food sources, and the importance of having a sustainable food growing option at home.

Special Guest Natalie Paterson, co-founder of ingarden joins the podcast. “Microgreens are more micronutrient dense than full-grown veggies and are perfect for reaching health goals. They are such a powerful yet under-explored topic in the nutrition/health/wellness space.”

In today’s episode, we have a special guest: Natalie has a background in nutritional biochemistry and is currently pursuing an MS in food science. She has always had a passion for food and nutrition. Natalie will explain the value of growing your own microgreens and the positive effects they have on health and wellness. After her extensive studies, she built an international team to create ingarden.

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