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Sprouts are mighty nutritional giants in tiny packages. Each sprouted seed is the start of what would eventually become a full-grown healthy plant, with lots of life force and energy harnessed in a single sprout. But why purchase sprouts in the grocery store? Food to Live offers several different varieties of seeds that you can sprout and enjoy in your own home.

How Can Sprouting Seeds Benefit Your Health

Regularly adding sprouts to your diet can give your body access to high concentrations of vital nutrients that can improve overall health and well-being. Rich in the antioxidant vitamins A, C, and E, sprouts can help fight off free radical damage and oxidative stress to the body while the raw, living food enzymes can lead to better digestion and immune system health.

Consuming sprouted seeds is an enjoyable way to receive a considerable source of efficient plant protein, essential fatty acids, and B vitamins, including B2, B6, and B12, all of which are key players in brain function, metabolism, the nervous system and, energy.

Adding Sprouted Seeds to Your Diet

Sprouts are tasty additions to sandwiches, salads, or even a crunchy healthy bed for any nutritious burger. And since sprouts are raw, living food, they are also a fantastic source of chlorophyll which can help the body's natural detoxification process and perhaps also assisting in weight loss endeavors.

Sprouting seeds is simple, and it takes only a few days to reap their many health benefits. Try your hand at sprouting alfalfa, broccoli, chia, fenugreek, quinoa, and sunflower seeds, and much more. It’s easy to order seeds for sprouting from Food to Live!

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