The many benefits of these little wonders!!!
Alfalfa sprouts contain significant dietary sources of phytoestrogens—known to have preventive elements for cancer, heart diseases, menopausal symptoms, and osteoporosis.
Sunflower sprouts are rich in lecithin and vitamin D. Sunflower sprouts have the power to break fatty acids and lead to easy digestion.
Broccoli sprouts are known to have anti-cancer properties. Peppery flavor makes good taste for salad.
Clover sprouts are known as an anti-cancer herb. It have significant source of isoflavones.
Onion sprouts contain about 20% protein, and a very good source of vitamin A, C, and D.
Lentil sprouts contain 26% protein, and you can eat it raw without cooking.
Radish sprouts have four times more vitamin A and 29 times more vitamin C than milk. Can you believe that it has 10 times more calcium than potatoes and more vitamin C than pineapple? Radish sprout is the most popular variety among Japanese families.
Mung bean sprouts are good source of protein, fiber, vitamin C and A, and with low calories.
Soybean sprouts are a favorite of Japanese and are high in protein, fiber, vitamin C, and folate.
Sprouts, especially green leafy sprouts are great to eat for everyday living. With less expense, you can get vitamin A, B, C, fiber, protein, and enzymes that can aid digestion. In addition, sprouting destroys the seed's natural preservative enzymes that inhibit digestion.
I know I'm a dork about food but it's so exciting for me to eat something that is so amazingly restorative & energetic. Today is the day that my Excalibur Dehydrator is arriving.....super stoked about it! I can't wait to make this recipe that I learned at workshop with Linda Frees for
I'll let you know how it turns out!!
Also....check out the soon to be released post @ The Sweet Cupcakers blog. We had a lovely day making super yummy treats......I made Vegan Lemon Zest Cupcakes. They were decent considering that it was only the 2nd time I've attempted to bake in the last 5 years!