How to Grow Sprouts for Your Own Highly Nutritious Meals.
How to grow your own sprouted seeds for hormone balance and super nutrition
As a better alternative to taking over the counter or OTC vitamin and mineral supplements, I suggest to my clients to use microgreens – or sprouted grains.
Sprouted grains are a great way to get a complete balanced mineral and vitamin intake and when the seeds are sprouted they are easier to digest, and will be in harmony with your body.
One of the main issues with corn besides the fact that most of it is GMO is that the corn is hard to digest. For people who have weak or slow digestion, it's best to avoid corn altogether or to use sprouted corn.
Sprouted whole grains are also best because we can break down the less processed grains better, and the grains have been soaked releasing some of its natural vitamins and minerals, which we can easily absorb
The sprouted seeds are a nice addition to salads, veggie wraps, and sandwiches.
Today I am going to show you how to sprout these seeds.
This is a mixture of fenugreek, Kamut, and adzuki beans. Mo corn!
Each of these seeds is high in fiber, protein, and other nutrients such as niacin, potassium, iron, magnesium, and selenium
Getting these nutrients from foods or herbs is the best way to help them absorb in the body so they can be used to regulate hormone synthesis and function.
If you know me, you know my favorite herb is nettle because it has many of these vital nutrients as well, and is great for women!
In particular, fenugreek is great for digestive discomfort. It reduces gas and bloating and supports the digestive and reproductive systems!
Jennifer Hutchison Taylor is a herbal therapist, physiologist, author, doula, and reiki practitioner who helps women rediscover their feminine beauty and find the complete path to healing. As the founder of Beauty in Bloom, her mission is to promote generational wellness by providing natural, sustainable, and holistic health solutions for women. Beauty in Bloom exists to create a world where women are happy, healthy, and are taken back to their roots for healing. While herbs are the main tools that she uses, she combines this modality with superfood nutrition, spiritual guidance, and her rich biological sciences background to teach a powerful and revolutionary approach to holistic health.