Best Health Food on the Planet?

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SproutsSprouts 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.

Alkaline Foods, the Magic of Sprouts

Dr Robert YoungRobert O. Young, Ph.D., D.Sc.,
is a nationally
renowned microbiologist and nutritionist,
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on health and wellness.
Shelley Redford Young is a licensed massage
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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!

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  • December 13, 2010 at 12:44 am
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    Dear Don, I am an 82 year old caucasian male, living in Southern California, and a fan or Dr. Robert Young and of High pH vegetarian dieting. I no longer eat junk food or smoke, which I stopped 25 years ago. I consider myself to be in very good health.

    I was diagnosed with bladder cancer about 5 years ago. The small spot was burned off by the physician going in through the urethra. Annual examinations showed it to by at least dormant until this year, when the procedure was repeated.

    About a month ago, I had a bump appear on the tip of my nose, about 3/8th of an inch in diameter and less than an eighth of an inch in depth. It is not tender, the skin is not broken, but it is very slightly lighter in color than the surrounding tissue. It looks a little like a photo I saw of a Basal Cell Carcinoma. My Kaiser doctor wants to do a biopsy. If he finds any cancer he wants to excise it.

    Before I agree to that, I want to try an alternative. One such is the Baking soda + Black Strap Molasses Protocol, taken 2 to 3 times daily, for 2 to 3 weeks, along with a highly alkaline diet plus Potassium. It is advocated by Donald J Porter. My question is, what about Cesium Chloride? Is that more risky? More likely to succeed?

    I am not in a panic. I am blessed with a dozen offspring including 3 great grandkids and my bucket list has no major
    unfulfilled dreams in it.

    Thanks for your comments.
    Bob Milligan
    Temecula, CA
    WWII, Korea

    I don’t care to have this posted on the web.

    Thank you.

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  • December 8, 2010 at 6:34 am
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    Chemically polluted food causes almost ALL American diseases as our IMMMUNE sytems get overwhelmed. These blow listed parasites want to eliminate organic & small farm competition !! So what if Americans are getting sickened-maimed & killed.
    Profits come 1st – Right ??

    I suggest including this
    I beat stage IV metastasized prostate cancer with organic etal diet NO chemo or radiation as have MANY others

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