Eating germinated grains

Eating germinated grains is a very simple way to eat healthily and they are more digestible.The grains provide a large amount of nutrients  our body needs on a daily basic.

Why not sprout your own cruciferous or ‘cabbage family’ it is so easy and so nutritious for the whole family, as each sprout contains as many highly prized nutrition as an entire plant and at a meal we frequently consume 50 of them! These sprouts do not just help fight against infection but they also help to detox the body, they help create a more functional, healthy and active immune system.

Try sprouting radish, mustard, broccoli and cabbage (red and green) and  others with three tiers or in a jar ..They will take between 3 -6 days .

Sprinkle them on salads, in sandwiches, in soup, on top of snacks..just enjoy them.

Alfalfa  sprouts contains:35%Protein and vitamins A, B, C, E, K

Minerals:Calcium, magnesium, potassium, iron, zinc.

It also has 8 amino acids, the iron content is 3x time more then in spinach.

8 principal enzymes for digestion.

Roquette contains:30% protein and vitamins A,C ,B1,B2,B3.

Minerals:Potassium, calcium, phosphors and sulfur.

So get Sprouting 🙂

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