Unshelled Sunflower Seeds For Sprouts and Shoots
Greens grown from Sunflowers are surprisingly delicious. Just let them grow to 4 to 6 inches tall, with 2 leaves on top. Pick it off above the soil and eat it. Its really is that simple.
Sunflowers are not only one of the most beautiful and recognizable flowers in the world, but their seeds and sprouts are loaded with antioxidants and vitamins. In addition to their incredible amounts of potassium, calcium and iron, their high vitamin E content play an important role in the prevention of cardiovascular disease and has a significant anti-inflammatory effect that results in the reduction of symptoms in asthma, osteoarthritis, and rheumatoid arthritis. Sunflower seeds are also a good source of selenium.
Sprouts are seeds such as beans, grains and nuts germinated edibles that are eaten whole, with the seed, root and stem still attached.
As a 'living' food, the enzymes in Sprouts help our body digest the nutrients in our food and boost the life- giving activity in our body. Sprouts continue to grow vitamins after being harvested.
Sprouts have become widely used and are a fresh, tasty food.
Sprouted Seeds are soaked in fresh clean water, and allowed to germinate slightly.
Essential nutrients, vitamins and minerals as well as proteins and fibre are contained in the shoots.
Seed shoots, are allowed to grow beyond slight germination, into young greens that are at their nutritional peak.