Do you know what are the nutrients in various sprouts like Alfalfa Sprouts, Mung Bean, Radish, Soybean and Wheat? Find out now! Check out this table:
(Source: U.S. Department of Agriculture)
Sprouts have gained much popularity in the past decade as more people become aware of the value in healthy eating and healthy living. You might be surprise to know that many people in China and Middle East have been eating sprouts for thousands of years. To illustrate, Mung beans (Vigna radiata – aka green beans) have been used in Chinese foods since recorded history–though usually in cooked dishes and deserts.
Today, sprouts in the United States are a $250-million market. Some 475 U.S. sprout growers produce 300,000 tons of sprouts every year, according to the International Sprout Growers Association. As many as 10 percent of Americans eat sprouts regularly. There are just so many benefits of eating raw sprouts and raw food and juice.
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What you don’t eat can harm you, silently but surely!
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