Imagine if you could go to the dentist to have your teeth checked, to have a filling knowing that no needles or drills will be used in the process. Sound too good to be true? Well, it isn’t, because scientists from King’s College London could have found the answer we have all been searching for.
Charles Schnabel, a Kansas agricultural chemist, first highlighted the benefits of wheatgrass in the 1930s. Thanks to his groundbreaking research in this cereal grass research, he later became known as the ‘Father of Wheatgrass’. By the time the 1970s came around, wheatgrass once again found its way into the public eye when others began marketing