I just discovered this in my email this morning and am passing it on.
f you're space challenged, or even lack a green thumb and have despaired of ever growing anything edible, take heart.
Sprouting is your new hobby!
This whole activity is so relatively easy, and within 3 to 7 days (unlike your friends in their gardens who will wait 2 to 3 months for produce), you'll have edible greens that will infuse your body with all the vitamins, minerals, enzymes, phytonutrients, proteins, and amino acids that your body can stand! And you'll be sprouting seed from many of the same types of crops that they'll be growing--broccoli, radish, peas, and beans, for example.
If you can rake enough stuff off a kitchen counter, a coffee or end table, (or anywhere else for that matter), you can grow your own nutritionally-dense foods. You'll need the appropriate seed, a Mason jar, some type of drain board, a mesh lid for the jar, and water.
You can even sprout in a towel or hemp bag!
Sprouts are considered a "living food." The health benefits of this "living food" cannot be overstated. For example, alfalfa is one of the most commonly sprouted seed, and it's believed to be the most nutritious food in the world. Once those roots begin to emerge, your alfalfa sprout is full of protein, chlorophyll, calcium, potassium, and vitamins A and K.
The research on sprouts has brought us wonderful and encouraging news as well. For example, just eating 2 ½ ounces of broccoli sprouts inhibits the growth of prostate cancer for up to six hours after ingestion! Two ounces of broccoli sprouts a day appears to eradicate H. pylori infections, the ones that cause ulcers, in as little as seven days!
A Japanese study on brown rice sprouts shows a correlation between them and the prevention of Alzheimer's disease associated with Abeta, a peptide that is responsible for the plaque deposits found in the brains of Alzheimer's patients.
An Italian study found that sprouted legumes--mainly soybeans rich in phytoestrogens--play a significant role in preventing arthritis, building bone density, and reducing the risk of breast and prostate cancers, hardening of the arteries, and stroke.
An Egyptian study found that bean sprouts helped reduce the total cholesterol of lab rats and significantly impacted the weight gain of the animals. An Asian study found that buckwheat sprouts resulted in the same type of cholesterol reduction and weight loss in hamsters.
All in all, the implications and resulting outcomes of scientific studies related to including sprouts in our diets are amazing. Truly, sprouts are one of God's "superfoods"!
And because sprouting increases the seed volume by up to six times the original seed, your sprout garden will give you plentiful nutrition with just four tablespoons of seed to a quart jar. They're available 24/7, anytime you want a snack. You can eat them straight from the jar, mix them into salads, use them to replace lettuce in sandwiches, or even bake sprout bread with them! The possibilities are endless!
Solutions From Science has put together a wonderful sprouting kit, complete with 55 pounds of the ten most commonly grown, nutritionally-dense seeds available. In addition to the seeds, their Survival Sprout Bank includes:
Three (3) 1/2 gallon wide-mouth glass jars (for sprouting seeds)
Three (3) sprout jar lids (so you can drain out the water in the sprouts)
Two (2) shallow trays (to collect drained water)
One (1) bottle brush (to clean jars)
Four (4) white 100% cotton towels (also for sprouting seeds)
Two (2) 5-gallon buckets with lids (to safely store your seeds)
The Survival Sprout Bank is truly a survival garden that anyone can grow, anywhere, and at anytime. It doesn't matter if you lack garden space, lack living space, are in the middle of winter or the drought of summer. You can grow the food you need to survive on extremely limited resources. And the food you grow will be far superior to anything you could buy in the grocery store or attempt to get out of a vitamin bottle.
Also included in the Survival Sprout Bank is the 69-page eBook, Survival Sprouting for Vitamins and Health. This handy guide will provide you with the history of sprouting, how-to instructions, and the nutritional benefits of eating different types of sprouts.
Don't let rising food costs and lack of space box you into a corner of eating dead food that is not able to supply your body with the nutrition it needs. With a balanced mix of seed that will provide you vitamins and minerals, high protein content, and high fiber and enzymes to keep your system healthy, the Survival Sprout Bank is one way for you to take control of your dietary needs.
So rake those kitchen counters clean, move aside a soap dish in the bathroom, or clean off a coffee or end table and feed your body the food it needs to ward off disease and maintain health. To order your Survival Sprout Bank today, click HERE. http://www.survivalsproutbank.com/?utm_source=OTG_Advertorial_Apr13_Text5&utm_medium=OTG_Advertorial_Apr13_Text5&utm_term=OTG_Advertorial_Apr13_Text5&utm_content=OTG_Advertorial_Apr13_Text5&utm_campaign=OTG_Advertorial_Apr13_Text5
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