Results for - What is your personal favorite sprouting seed?

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Sprouts can improve cardiovascular health, prevent heart disease and stroke, improve bone mineral density, protect DNA against free radicals, and potentially help to treat diabetes, Parkinsons disease, and arthritis. According to a study from the International Journal of Applied Science, sprouts have the highest concentration of phytonutrients per calorie of any food. Phytonutrients play an active role in the amelioration of certain diseases. Sprouts also increase the activity of hydrolytic enzymes and regulates our blood sugar level to provide the required nutrients throughout the body. Eating raw sprouts will increase our digestion power and can flush out the impurities and detoxifies our blood.

What is your personal favorite sprouting seed?

1. What is your personal favorite sprouting seed?

Sunflower
19%
386 votes
Alfalfa
12%
238 votes
Fenugreek
3%
54 votes
Chia
6%
131 votes
Clover
4%
78 votes
Flax
5%
104 votes
Lentil
7%
137 votes
Bean
13%
269 votes
Garlic chive
9%
179 votes
Hemp
3%
65 votes
Almond
8%
160 votes
Amaranth
1%
27 votes
Arugula
3%
62 votes
Barley grass
2%
35 votes
Radish micro-greens
3%
56 votes
Brocoli mico-greens
3%
71 votes
Brown rice
7%
134 votes
Buckwheat
2%
39 votes
Celery micro-greens
2%
44 votes
Cilantro micro-greens
3%
64 votes
Green pea
8%
170 votes
Kale micro-greens
3%
52 votes
Kohlrabi
1%
23 votes
Leek
3%
71 votes
Millet
1%
25 votes
Mung Bean
3%
58 votes
Mustard
5%
96 votes
Quinoa
4%
84 votes
Cabbage
10%
202 votes
Soy bean
4%
88 votes
Spring onion
6%
126 votes
Tatsoi
1%
12 votes
Triticale
1%
17 votes
Turnip
5%
102 votes
Wheat
5%
105 votes
I don't like sprout
31%
645 votes
Other (please specify)
2%
50 votes
03/09/2016 Food & Drink 2058 19 By: Emiliequebec

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