While some people think they need to overhaul their whole lifestyle in order to look and feel younger, there are simple and speedy things you can do in just a few minutes that could add up to big results. You may see this and think, “That’s common sense,” and yes it is, but if you actually DO it, you’ll feel and look better.
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Don’t be fooled by their small size – sprouts are packed with nutrients. For example, soybean sprouts retain the B-complex vitamins found in the original bean, but show a huge jump in Vitamins A and C over the un-sprouted seeds. Grown locally year-round, sprouts are a good source of protein as well.
Sprouts have a long history nutritionally and medicinally. It’s been reported that over 5,000 years ago, Chinese physicians recognized and prescribed sprouts for curing many disorders. Alfalfa sprouts are one of the best natural sources of Vitamin K, which helps blood to clot and broken bones to knit.
They are also a good source of minerals, including calcium, copper, folate, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorous, potassium, silicon and zinc (transplant patients are cautioned not to ingest any form of alfalfa because it interferes with the transplant medications).