Sprouting Organic Seeds For A Healthy Life
Sprouts Contain Health Benefits That Many Other Foods Do Not
Sprouting Organic Seeds – The Many Benefits
Mung Bean sprouts are richly loaded with minerals, vitamins and amino acids. These are also a great source of zinc, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, iron and calcium which can all be absorbed by the body. Mung bean sprouts are rich in iron which plays a vital role in the synthesis of hemoglobin. These sprouts are known for high Vitamin C content, which helps in treating anemia caused due to iron deficiency. These also help in improving cardiovascular health, helps in reducing constipation, improves liver health, acts as an anti aging effect on the skin, improves nail and hair fragility and also helps in treating menopausal symptoms.
Sprouting organic radish seeds are the best way to ensure healthy breakfast and snack options. Radish sprouts are low in calories and offer a sense of fullness, which make them a preferred choice for weight watchers. These sprouts help in building immunity level, prevent cancer, promote gastrointestinal motility and play an important role in waste discharges from the body. A cup of radish sprouts in a day reduces the chances of coronary heart diseases, helps in keeping blood pressure under control, helps to soften blood vessels and also helps in reducing blood lipids.
Sprouting organic broccoli seeds is the key towards a healthier heart and reduced chances of high blood pressure, cholesterol and also diabetes. Broccoli sprouts are rich in sulfaraphane which helps in keeping healthy and reduces risks associated with cardiac problems. Gastric cancer, infections, stomach cancer, lung problems, inflammation of airways are all reduced by regular consumption of broccoli sprouts, consumed either in their raw form or fried form.
Alfalfa means father of all foods! Alfalfa sprouts are a storehouse of several nutrients required by our body for staying healthy. These sprouts contain essential enzymes which are needed for food digestion and ensuring smooth bowel movement. These sprouts are rich in vitamins, high in proteins, are extremely low in calories, help the body to fight infection, help in lowering cholesterol levels and slow down the aging process of the body.
Growing your own sprouts
The final step towards your healthy lifestyle is by Sprouting Organic Seeds at home. You know what you are growing and how it is grown; there is no worry about any fertilizers or pesticides that are being used on your food! Todd Snively, President of Todd's Seeds recommends, "Eating sprouts once a day or even only a couple days a week will make you feel more energetic and refreshed. Not only will your body be healthier, but you will also feel healthier. The best part is that you can grow them in your own home and know that they are 100% organic." Sprouts are also the most beneficial when they are fresh so there is no better way to ensure that your food is fresh when it grows right before your eyes.
About Todd's Seeds
Todd's Seeds provides non-GMO, organic, sprouting seeds for do it yourself sprouters and large seed companies. Todd's Seeds is now also offering Paperwhite Daffodil bulbs for the upcoming fall season.
Todd J. Snively
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