Grow Sprouts Indoors All Year Long


(With the constant and unrelenting attacks on our health, growing your own organic sprouts indoors is a GREAT idea…)

Sprouts are simply the very beginning growths from a seed. When the dormant seed begins to “hatch,” so to speak, it begins activating many metabolic systems that eventually help form the first green buds. If this seed were planted, the sprout would be the very first hint of plantlife emerging through the soil.

When you sprout your own seeds, you don’t plant them, rather you encourage these metabolic pathways to begin activation by keeping them moist in a soil-free environment. Once the seed sprouts its first buds, they are ready to eat…

You may ask what the benefit is of eating such an immature plant. When seeds prepare to sprout, they unleash a wealth of nutrients into those first buds. The buds, or sprouts, contain high levels of absorbable protein and increased amounts of nutrients like calcium, potassium, iron and vitamins A, B1, B2, B3 and C, as well as some of the highest levels of antioxidants around…