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Meal of alfalfa sprouts, raw food, for health and vitality

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Uploaded on Jan 2, 2011

In this episode it is described how to make a tasty, healthy raw food meal, from alfalfa sprouts. Sesame seeds, flaxseeds, walnuts, peanuts and pumpkin seeds are also added. Then pour liquid yogurt over it.

Alfalfa sprouts

Sprouts are antiaging food. Sprouts have a lot of antioxidants, they are full of protein, vitamins, minerals, chlorophyll, and amino acids. Sprouts contain enzymes, which helps digestion. They are digestion bosses that give orders to make the food to be processed, so that the food doesn't remain in the same condition as when swallowed. In that way enzymes give you more energy, they take some load of work from your body .
Alfalfa sprouts are rich in calcium, folic acid, magnesium, manganese, molybdenum, phosphorus, potassium, silicon, sodium, zinc. It also has vitamins A,Bcomplex (B12 included), C, E, K.
If you place Alfalfa sprouts placed in indirect sun for a couple of days before harvesting, they will become green because of blood-healing chlorophyll. Eating alfalfa sprouts regularly will greatly boost your immune system function as it increases your energy and the activity of your natural killer cells.

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