New Research Proves Water Lentils are a Natural Source of Plant-Based Vitamin B12!
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SMALL BUT MIGHTY

Water Lentils

The World's Most Sustainable Superfood.

Super plant.
Super food.
Super Impact.

A water lentil is a small flowering plant that grows on fresh water in tropical climates around the world. In 2013, the Food & Agriculture Organization recognized water lentils as “a tiny aquatic plant with enormous potential for agriculture and environment.” As a nutritious protein solution and sustainable food source, water lentils are poised to impact how the world eats.

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The Nutrition You Need

Protein? Check. Fiber? Check. Vitamins & Minerals? Check and check.  Water lentils have a nutrient density comparable to kale & spinach, more calcium than milk, are packed with essential vitamins & minerals, and have the highest quality plant protein.

Plant Protein

Water lentils are one of the only plants to contain a complete amino acid profile, which is known to help build and maintain muscle mass.

Dietary Fiber

The perfect blend of soluble and insoluble fiber will help to keep you full while promoting weight loss. Fiber can also be considered a prebiotic, which is good for gut health.

Antioxidants

Antioxidants such as chlorophyll, Vitamin A, and lutein are known to prevent free radical formation and reduce your risk of developing chronic disease.

Omega-3 Fats

Polyunsaturated fats like Omega-3 have been studied for their abilities to lower LDL cholesterol.

Vitamin B12

Water lentils are one of the only reliable, plant-based source of Vitamin B12.

Vitamin A

Water lentils are a high source of Vitamin A, a vitamin extensively studied for its ability to promote skin rejuvenation.

Little Plant,
Big Impact.

When you think water lentils, think sustainability. As the need for food increases globally, resources such as land and water decrease. It’s imperative to find innovative and sustainable farming techniques to feed our world in the future. Water lentils are a natural solution, never needing arable land to thrive, often commercially growing in large aqua or hydroponic systems.

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Good For You.
Good For The World.

1
Source of Protein
Water lentils have a complete amino acid profile, unlike other plant proteins such as pea and rice.
2
Nutrient Dense
Water lentils are high in Vitamin A, Vitamin B12, calcium & iron, as well as a good source of zinc and magnesium.
3
Sustainable
Needing only water & sunshine, water lentils use few resources to grow. Since they can be harvested almost daily, they are more sustainable than traditional protein sources like soy and beef.
4
Zero Waste
Water lentils are unique in that the entire plant is harvested, leaving behind zero waste.
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Interested in Learning More?

Looking for more than just a snapshot of information on this incredible plant? Download the Water Lentil white paper for insights on how this plant is poised to change the food & health industries.
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