5 Sprouts to Eat to Cure Eczema

Again, I was reading health reporter Janet Simpsons’ article on eczema and sprouts. She has a recommended a few of the most popular bean sprouts including in our daily diet to combat eczema and also to promote a healthy, glowing skin. This is what she shared:

#1 Alfalfa – is one the more popular sprouts. Alf-al-fa means ‘father of all foods’ in the Arabic language. Alfalfa is one of the richest sources of chlorophyll and magnesium. Alfalfa is mild to taste takes approximately 7 days to fully sprout. Alfalfa is quite often used as a remedy to build strength and correct illness.

#2 Buckwheat – not actually a wheat but a herb. Buckwheat is rich in B-vitamins such as choline and inositol. Buckwheat takes approximately 10 days to mature.

#3 Wheatgrass– Wheatgrass resembles the green grass in your back garden. The grass if very fibrous to swallow. The horses don’t have a problem. Wheatgrass takes 12-14 days to fully sprout.

#4 Mung Beans– They take approximately 5 days to grow

#5 Fenugreek – Fenugreek is a bitter herb. For best flavour mix with alfalfa and clover. Fenugreek grows in 8-9 days and is great for soothing the digestive track.

#6 Lentil– these are easy to grow and take 5 days to sprout.

If you seriously want to eliminate your eczema without the use of drugs, medicines or potions try bean sprouts. It will dramatically improve the quality of your blood, skin and digestion. Have a go!

Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Janet_Simpson

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