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Using Faba bean sprouts for Parkinson's Disease

Hi everyone. I am attaching a link for a video I have made about how we grow, store, and use faba bean sprouts for Parkinson's Disease.

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Really interesting. thanks for sharing. I will try this

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I would love to hear how it goes for you. 🙂

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This is very helpful. Thank you for such clear instructions.

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Thanks for sharing. I will try this.

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thank you for sharing this. How can I find out more about the benefits of different kinds of sprouts for PD?

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Hello Redginger. I don't know how to get more information about other suits of sprouts for PD apart from googling the question. I was alerted to the benefits of Faba bean sprouts by this article.

ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articl...

I would think most sprouts would be beneficial to health.

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Jeanette, Thank you for the link. The article was very interesting. Sounds like they tested green peas and green beans but these did not give the L-dopa and C-dopa that Fava did; is that the way you understood it? Perhaps I should seek out some Fava beans. I have gotten them once years ago, but they aren't easily found here.

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Jeanette, I've found "naturally blanched skinless" fava beans; they wouldn't work, would they?

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No they wouldn't germinate. And yes our interpretation of the article is the same. I hope you can find some whole dried Faba (fava) beans where you live. I don't know if the place I ordered them from would send internationally. Where do you live?

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I have contacted the place where I get my Faba beans, but they only post within Australia. I hope you can source some.

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