Alfalfa is typically consumed by humans as an herbal supplement or in the form of alfalfa sprouts.
Because the leaves or seeds are sold as herbal supplements and not foods, there is no standard nutrition information available.
However, they are typically high in vitamin K and also contain many other nutrients, including vitamin C, copper, manganese and folate.
Alfalfa sprouts contain the same nutrients and are also very low in calories.
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