Sprouts are superfoods ,"powerhouse of nutrients ". Then why don't we make it a part of our daily diet ?

Sprouts are in true sense superfoods. They are pure, whole and natural foods. It is the cheapest and most convenient source of complete nourishment .They are very good for long term health and wellness. They prevent diseases and life style related ailments. Sprouting a seed produces an enormously enhanced bundle of nutrients.

Sprouts are actually baby plants and essentially pre- digested foods. Nutritional changes that occur during sprouting are mainly due to complex compounds getting broken down into simpler forms. This added to development of some essential nutrients , and, constituents .

Sprouted seeds acquire natural increased digestibility and nutrients as compared to unsprouted seeds.Sprouts provide us with all the essential minerals and vitamins and must ideally form a part of our daily diet.

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  • Very interesting and informative. Thank you for sharing this, patliputra.

  • very educative and useful information.

  • I really like sprouts - I think they are so tasty and nutritious, and I do often incorporate them (when I remember) into meals - thanks for reminding me about their virtues. :-) Virtuous sprouts - that tickles me. :-)

  • i love sprouts and they seem to remind of me christmas. i find them quite hard to digest after getting my gallbladder removed but i can eat a few. thanks for that very informative info.

  • I actually forget about sprouts 🤔.. I love them and I only ever seem to think of them at Xmas. Thank you for a great post 😊.. with my illness this is just what the dr ordered .will be buying some this week .

  • It is much better if you prepare sprouts at home.

  • Both sprouts (Brussel) and sprouted seeds are very good foods. We grow mustard and cress on the kitchen window cill.

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