Sprouts are a nutrition powerhouse.
The sprouting process makes the nutrients in the sprout more bio-available.
This means you can digest, absorb and assimilate the nutrients more easily.
Sprouting also makes seeds more alkaline.
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Another great thing about sprouts,
is they contain naturally occurring enzymes.
Perhaps best of all they are inexpensive. You can pick up a package of sprouts at most grocery stores for a buck or two. If that’s not good enough, you can grow them yourself. Growing sprouts yourself is they best way to ensure that they are fresh and have peak nutritional value. Just do a search for “sprout” on this site and you can find several videos on how to grow sprouts.
Other Types of Sprouts
Be sure to check out other types of sprouts besides the common, alfalfa and mung bean sprouts.
- Broccoli sprouts
- Chickpea sprouts
- Green lentil sprouts
- Sesame sprouts
- Sunflower sprouts
- Buckwheat sprouts
- And more!!
Sprouts are a great alkaline food and are a good part of an alkaline diet plan.
I would love to hear about sprouting techniques and recipes. Please use the comment box below to share with all, thanks!