BUCKWHEAT SPROUTS And Weight Loss
Buckwheat sprouts are hard to get but fairly easy to grow. The benefits from this relative of rhubarb are remarkable. Buckwheat and sprouts are the best natural food source of rutin, a bioflavonoid and a component of vitamin P, vital for healing of varicose veins, poor blood circulation and hardened arteries. Buckwheat sprouts promote the health of your circulatory system, plus the good supply of potassium (350-460mg) will enhance the functions of rutin. Buckwheat can also be used as a breakfast cereal and obtained as buckwheat groats and cooked like rice. The magnesium content (231mg or 58% d.v.) is very good for the nervous system, and combined with the phosphorus (347mg), the brain system also benefits. The supply of copper (1.1mg or 55% d.v.) and zinc (2.4mg) will promote healing and blood development together with the iron content (2.2mg). Buckwheat sprouts will help you to circulate all over!
NOTE: d.v. refers to the daily value for women 25-50 years, refer to RDI chart for adult male and child values.
C. P. L. CALORIES – total: 106 kcal. per 100 grams
75 21 4 Calories from: Carb: 80 Protein: 22 Fat: 4
LENTIL SPROUTS And Weight Loss
Lentil sprouts provide more iron (3.1mg) than any other sprouts or milk, cheese, egg, lettuce or spinach. Lentil sprouts are the ideal way to obtain the maximum benefits from the lentil legume, including a very low calorie content and a fair but complete protein supply (9g) and a very low fat content (0.5g).
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Very few foods compare to the lean weight-watching power of lentil sprouts. During the sprouting stage, various changes in the protein and carbohydrate content (22g) occur to improve the digestion of the compact lentil. There are numerous recipes for lentils but they often do not include sprouted lentils, plus they may contain poor combinations. Ideally, lentil sprouts combine best with leafy vegetables and cottage cheese for a simple waist saver, or add the lentil sprouts last and make a great lentil vegetable soup, with carrots, spinach, broccoli and Parmesan cheese. For the cheapest meal in town, try lentil sprouts with rice and increase the protein value by 30% for no extra charge. Fresh lentil sprouts are a good source of vitamin C (17mg or 30% d.v.) plus they provide all the basic B vitamins, especially folate (100mcg or 25% d.v.). Keep a supply of lentils in your pantry for when times get tough; they can sprout new life into the kitchen and provide an abundance of energy. Lentils have been referred to as poor man’s meat, but they have none of the problems associated with meat: no saturated fat, no cholesterol and no free radicals. Let lentil sprouts into your life; add a bit of authentic flavour with spices and herbs for a lean lentil lunch and a big boost to the blood system.