The health benefits of Sprouting are simply too many to list...but here are just a few:
“Sprouts are highly bio-active baby vegetables. They are rich sources of enzymes and living nutrients that are easily digestible. And they are real local agriculture. Food doesn’t get any fresher than this unless you grow it yourself.”
Eating sprouts regularly can lead to better health and wellness, and increased longevity. In addition to being good for your body, sprouts are delicious and easy to incorporate into any type of diet.
Sprouts contain super-concentrated levels of natural plant compounds and nutrients that promote health and protect against disease — sometimes up to 50 times more than those of full-grown vegetables!
“Broccoli sprouts are better for you than full-grown broccoli, and contain more of the enzyme sulforaphane which helps protect cells and prevents their genes from turning into cancer.”
Paul Talalay, MD
"So glad I bought this course! I grew these Pea microgreens while there is still a foot of snow outside. My kids pick on this 'living snack' every time they walk by it. I'm so excited to start growing other seeds. I've never done anything like this before, but the way Steve has laid everything out in this course...it was super easy and fun!"
First time sprouter testimony:
Health and Nutrition expert, Dr. Berg, explains the nutritional value of sprouting, and why Garlic and Broccoli Sprouts are his top 2 Anti-Cancer foods on Planet Earth!
CBSN reveals the diverse health benefit of sprouting!
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