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GOOD REASONS FOR SPROUTS

WHY SPROUTS ARE GOOD FOR YOU

There are many advantages of growing your own organic sprouts.
Here are some of the best reasons. As you become an experienced
sprout cultivator, you will undoubtedly discover many more good reasons.
 
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  1. Live sprouts are full of vitamins, minerals, enzymes, proteins, amino
       acids, antioxidants and chlorophyll.
 
  2. When you sprout your seeds, grains, and legumes rather then cook
       them their nutrient substances are more easily absorbed by your body.
 
  3. All sprouts - that you read about on this site - support the body's cleansing
       process.
 
  4. Sprouts contain plant fibre, and they are high in liquid content, which is
       good for your digestion.
 
  5. Homegrown sprouts cost down to 1/5 of the stores grown specimens.

  6.When you grow your own sprouts they are always fresh.

  7. You can grow sprouts of over 40 varieties of seeds, legumes, and grains.

  8. It only takes 3-9 days to grow your own sprouts.

  9. All the sprouts mentioned on this site are cultivated without the use of soil,
       feritlizer or special light. All they need is fresh water!. 

10. With sprouts in your home you always have fresh, organic greens at hand.

11. It is fun and healthy to see the little sprouts grow under your loving care.

12. Organic seeds of high quality gives you a very easy and succesful sprouting.

13. All sprouts are tiny, natural pieces of art with unique colours and shapes
       which looks beautiful in any dish.

14. Each of the 40 vaieties of sprouts have their own, interesting taste. This gives
       you good opportunity to use sprouts in many different recipes.

15. Sprouts are suitable for all kinds of juices, smoothies, starters, drinks, porrage,
       sandwiches, breads, soups, stews, salads and as topping.

 

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