In the spring season, seeds flaunt their vitality and energy by sprouting. Sprouts of all varieties contain the building blocks of life in the form of vitamins, enzymes, amino acids and simple sugars. In their early growth state, sprouts are very easy to digest, allowing our bodies to access many wonderful nutrients. Recent research by the American Cancer Society has backed what holistic nutrition has known for years: that sprouts contain anti-cancer properties, high levels of active antioxidants, concentrated amounts of phytochemicals and significant amounts of vitamins A, C and D.
Sprouts are so good, we love them. On our sandwich, in salads and I just read an article about the cooling effect so more great info. Thank you!
Sprouts are so simple to add to almost anything. I think they relatively have no taste, which is a plus when feeding my family. When in a hurry Jimmy John's is a quick grab that fills you up, is healthy, and the sprouts are included!!!
have you ever tried to get the kids to eat sprouts, just tell them that they are smurfy cabbages is works especially if they have ever watch the smurfs
*HAD no idea about the cooling effect. :)
I love sprouts in wraps and on sandwiches. I have no idea about the cooling effect, though. Great info!
glad you included with scrambled eggs as an idea...I love adding green onion and bean sprouts to my eggs, it's delish!
I am always looking for new ideas to serve veggies and this looks great