Benefits of Sprouting Seeds

When it's too hot or too cold outside many of us miss those healthy fresh foods right out of our gardens but there’s hope! There are super-foods, hidden in your pantry that can be grown right on our counters in 7 days or less! That’s our way to get all the benefits of slow-food, FAST! These super-foods are disguised as common bags of dry beans, seeds, and nuts but, with a little help from these 3 simple techniques, we can activate their innate potentials quickly and put super-healthy fresh food on your table, and money back in your pocket!

Nearly every seed, nut, grain, and bean naturally have enzyme inhibitors and varieties of acids infused into their skins that prevent premature germination (sprouting) and help store nutrients for optimal plant growth.

Unfortunately for us humans, these natural chemicals also inhibit, or at least greatly reduce our bodies ability to absorb vital proteins and minerals that can lead to serious nutrient deficiencies and other health problems.

THE SOLUTION: Soaking and even sprouting these wonderful seeds, beans, and nuts activates the natural breakdown of these inhibitors and acids and greatly improve the life and vitality available to us!

“Sprouting” involves rinsing and draining item twice daily, morning and night. No standing water.
- Do Not Soak or Sprout: Brazil nut, Macadamia, Pistachio, Pine Nut, or Hemp Seed

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