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Sprouts Have The Highest Concentration Of Nutrition Per Calorie Of Any Food

Sprouts are rich sources of vitamins, minerals, trace minerals, enzymes, antioxidants, chlorophyll and protein. They are low calorie and contain little or no fat. The fat they do contain is the healthy fat that your body needs. As some of the most nutritious foods that exist, they make a great addition to any healthy eating plan. Use in salads, on sandwiches, added to soups or stir fried with vegetables. Enjoy these nutrient-packed delicacies as a snack all by themselves or added as a garnish to a main dish. Eat them raw or cooked. Of course, as with all food, the nutritional value is greater when they are eaten raw. But eating them cooked is better than not eating them at all.

Sprouting magnifies the nutritional value of the seed. It boosts the B-vitamin content, triples the amount of vitamin A and increases vitamin C by a factor of 5 to 6 times. Starches are converted to simple sugars, making sprouts very easily digestible. You can have them fresh all year round, even when fresh vegetables are hard to find. It's easier than planting a garden outside and they're ready much quicker. You can even grow them when the ground outside is frozen solid. And the best part is that you can grow the freshest, tastiest sprouts right in the comfort of your own kitchen. It takes less than 2 minutes a day and they are ready in 3 to 7 days, depending on the variety.

You can sprout seeds, beans, grains and nuts. Some of the most popular varieties are alfalfa, broccoli, red clover, radish, mung beans, lentils, garbanzo beans and peas.

Alfalfa sprouts are what people typically think of when you mention sprouts. They are the ones you commonly see at a salad bar. Rich in phytochemicals, they protect against cancer, heart disease, osteoporosis and fibrocystic breast disease. They stimulate natural killer cell activity, which strengthens the immune sustem. What's more, they are beneficial in reducing symptoms of PMS and menopause, including hot flashes. Furthermore, they contain high concentrations of antioxidants, the body's defense against the destruction of DNA which is the cause of aging. Alfalfa sprouts are abundant sources of vitamins A, B, C, E and K, the minerals calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium and zinc. Also carotene, chlorophyll, amino acids and trace elements. They contain 35% protein. One pound of alfalfa seed produces 10-14 pounds of sprouts.

Broccoli sprouts have just recently become popular after it was discovered that they abound with the amazing cancer-fighting phytochemical, sulforaphane. Research studies have shown that they contain 50 times more sulforpohane than fresh broccoli. What's more, they contain glucosinolates and isothiocyanates, substances that protect cells from becoming malignant, at 10-100 times greater levels than in fresh broccoli. In additon, they are sources of plant estrogens, similar to human estrogen, and so are helpful in cases of PMS, menopause, hot flashes and fibrocystic disease. Nutrient dense, they are rich sources of vitamins A, B, C, E and K, anti-oxidants, the minerals calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium and zinc. Also carotene, chlorophyll, amino acids, trace elements and antioxidants. Broccoli sprouts contain as much as 35% protein.

Garbanzo beans, also known as chickpeas, can be sprouted to make delightfully delicious hummus. It is much richer in nutrients than hummus typically made from cooked chickpeas. They can also be used in salads, soups or stir fried or steamed with other bean sprouts and vegetables. These sprouts are plentiful sources of vitamins A, C and E, the minerals iron, calcium, magnesium and amino acids. They contain 20% protein.

Pea sprouts are delicious raw or cooked. They can be sprinkled on salads and added to soups. In addition, they can be steamed or stir fried with other bean sprouts and vegetables. They are rich sources of vitamins A, B, C and E, all the essential amino acids, the minerals calcium, iron and phosphorus. They contain 26% protein.

Lentil sprouts, like pea sprouts, are very tasty and can be eaten raw or cooked. Add them to salads, soups, casseroles or steam or stir fry them with other vegetables. Rich in vitamins A, B, C and E, the minerals iron, calcium and phosphorus. They contain 26% protein.

 used with permission of Dr. Cristine Farlow,D.C.
Dr. Farlow uses the "Tony Hornick Sprout Grower"

MONG BEANS, From the Pea family. They have  more history than  any other bean in the world I have been collecting links I found in both books and on the web. Scientists and doctors around the world have written many articles about their values. As a result I made them my favourite food which i start every day off with. AND they are loaded with EVERY NUTRIENT your body needs to be healthy.. And they are grown in every hot country in the world. I only use the highest quality bean with the designation CERTIFIED ORGANIC and  KOSHER . I  purchase one to 2 tons of these at a time and always get a sample in advance of the shipment to make sure they sprout well.


Here is how you may want to eat sprouts every morning before breakfast. 

In the top photo it shows a small dish of a spoon full of cottage cheese. Next to that are the mung beans you will take out of the refrigerator and place two or three spoonfulls of mung beans on top of the cottage cheese.
In the second photo you will see how these beans should be stored in the refrigerator immediately after you have rinsed them and covered them. You will usually use up a dish full of these beans within 2 to 4 days. I always use up a dish within 2 days. between using them in the morning and then I also put them into my smoothies to drink during the day time. I have 2 or 3 glasses of nutritious mix with fruits and vegetables all day long.
The bottom photo  shows the small cup in which you have placed the cottage cheese or you may use plain yogurt as a base as well, then put your sprouted beans over that base and pour a little Maple Syrup over it to make it a very early morning appetizer.  Nothing better to get your gut into a very healthy position with all those enzymes.  Then what you eat and drink after that morning is secondary to your health.  And you will learn also that you can eat almost anything you want in moderation of course. I have at least 350 sprouts every day. Thats 350 of Gods Multi Vitamin Pills every day of my life. You can't loose. God will be with you.


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