WHY GROW SPROUTS
8 GREAT REASONS TO GROW YOUR OWN SPROUTS
Sprouts are full of natural vitamins, minerals, enzymes, proteins, antioxidants, plant fibers, chlorophyll and vitality. Sprouts are also low-calorie and contain no fat. Therefore, sprouts can support your body’s natural balance and health.
Sprouts are small pieces of natural art. They are not only beautiful in their colors. Their taste and smooth crispness make it a pleasure to decorate the food with sprouts. You can even choose whether you want long, even sprouts or small, curly sprouts.
When you grow your own sprouts of organic sprouting seeds, you know that your food is free from chlorine, pesticides and soil bacteria. You know, the food is completely fresh, for the little live plants grow until you eat them. So as a sprout cultivator, you can feed your body with pure food.
When you sprout your seeds, grains, kernels, lentils and beans instead of boiling them, you get much better benefit from their heat-sensitive vitamins, antioxidants and amino acids. Raw sprouts are easy to digest and fills you with natural energy in a busy day.
All people can be beautiful, whether or not you are created with harmonic features. In my eyes, beauty is about consciousness. If the person tries to understand oneself and others, while exercising a loving, calm mind and a good mood. If a body is being cared for with healthy habits.
CALM & PEACE
Sprouts pretty much tend to themselves. All you have to do is rinse them twice a day. Rinse them calmly for 10-15 seconds. This daily ritual will give you a little time to breathe calmly. A break you can use to also give yourself a little water and a loving thought.
Some sprouts like lentils, peas, mung beans and chickpeas have a high protein content. Because sprouts are living plants, the proteins are easy to work with for your body. As you eat your sprouts raw, they also do not form acid during digestion.
Homegrown sprouts are very sustainable food as: Dry seeds weigh 1/15 of cultivated sprouts, so transport is much lighter for seeds. You only grow the sprouts when you need them so there is no food waste. Sprouts do not require soil, fertilizer, extra light or heat to grow.
Sprouts teach you about a small plant’s need for water, oxygen, light and nutrition. Some varieties are easy and grown in 2 days. Others require more care over several days. So you can challenge yourself with new levels of these little plants all the time.
There is something fascinating about growing your own food. Some sprouts are so fast and easy to grow that even children will have a sure success in cultivating them. Therefore sprouts can be a fun pleasure for both small and large plant lovers.
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