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March 13, 2010 on 10:29 pm

Do you get bored eating the same salads all the time? Salads are a great way to fill up and pump up your energy without packing tons of calories into your diet, but if you don’t spice it up you will get bored and head for the burgers and fries.

One way to spice up a salad is to sprout your own seeds at home with the EasyGreen Sprouter. It is incredibly easy to do this and you can toss the sprouts into your salads or even put them on sandwiches for something different.

Since sprouts are packed with vitamins and minerals your body needs and are very low calorie, they will infuse your snacks and meals with flavor and consistency without ruining your diet!

A simple sprouting machine such as the EasyGreen Sprouter is all you need to sprout seeds at home.

We have the EasyGreen sprouter in our store.

The EasyGreen Automatic Sprouter System:

  • Works everywhere in the world regardless of climate.
  • Unique timer works with any climate for perfect sprouts every time.
  • Built-in water reservoir works with various types of water.
  • Misting system only uses a half gallon of water in 24 hours.
  • EasyGreen Sprouter Can be used with soil or with hydroponic growing solutions.
  • Convenient rotation system eliminates the need to label jars and bags.
  • Additional systems can be used to expand for higher capacity.

EasyGreen Sprouter

January 21, 2010 on 5:52 pm
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A playwright once wrote that “All the world’s a seed, and all its goodness is more than flavor.” In “Comparing Nutritional Values of Edible Seeds,” Owennie Lee, RD of takes a look at the nutritional value (goodness) of some commonly eaten seeds. Ms. Lee finds that seeds are highly nutritious and versatile with their plant proteins and healthy fats.

She goes on to take about some of the seeds in detail:

Hemp Seeds

Hemp SeedsSellers of hemp seeds may want you to believe that hemp is a cure-all for all ailments, but the evidence is scant. Hemp contains gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), a kind of fatty acid that exhibits some anti-inflammatory properties, but study results of its effect on preventing inflammation have been inconclusive. Nevertheless, hemp seed is still a good source of plant-based protein and can be part of a healthy diet.”

Seeds are one of my favorite foods. They make great additions to salads, yogurts, and cereals. Most of the time I just grab them by the handful and crunch away. I also like to use seeds and sprout them in one of my sprouters.

In addition, seeds such as Chia, Flax, Hemp, Pumpkin, Sesame, and Sunflower have proven to lower cholesterol; and provide magnesium, calcium, and omega-3 fatty acids among other benefits.

You can read the entire article here.

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