Health and Nutrition: Sprouts Protein

Rich Donahue

I am a natural health enthusiast and hold a Bachelor's Degree in Natural Health from the Sandy Hill Institute for Natural Sciences. My website PRIME Juicers is dedicated to people who enjoy juicing and want to improve their health and lose weight by juicing fresh fruits and vegetables. I also write about blending, nutrition and natural health. Please join me and have fun juicing! (I may be an affiliate for products that I recommend. If you purchase those items from my links I will earn a commission. You will not pay more when buying a product through my link.)

21 Responses

  1. Filip

    Yes, yes, and one more yes for sprouts! 🙂

    One interesting detail about broccoli sprouts – the have a lot of sulforafan (much more then in ripe broccoli). Sulforafan can help us in fight with helicobacter pylori, which is often overgrowth in our stomachs.

  2. Health and Nutrition, Sprouts Protein is very helpful for everyone helth. Thanks for sharing this nice blog.

  3. Paul Huseon`

    Thats really cool.I’m going to have to try that. Thanks Paul.

  4. Karen

    I never thought to add these to my protein bars Vincent great idea, Ill definitely try this one. I love them in salads but now I have a second use for them 🙂

  5. Vincent

    I often will juice and then add them to my protein bar recipes. It is a great way to add healthy and beneficial protein to my bars (even if it does sometimes turn them an ugly green.) Great article.

  6. Jack Wordy says:

    Hey I knew about sprouts all along but never that it can help us in this manner.

  7. Manish Kataria

    One should never underestimate the power of these green super foods.

  8. Spencer says:

    I never had any idea that sprouts were so nutritious. I would usually stay away from them, but now I know that they have great nutritional value I might start eating them. Just need to find a way to slip them into my food without noticing a taste difference.

  9. Rich Donahue

    Thanks Nick. Yeah, I was surprised at how easy sprouts are to grow. They can be incorporated into so many things too. Best wishes!
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  10. DI says:

    Type blood “O” highly benefits from sprouts of any kind. I have got to try this green…very valuable info. Thanks

  11. ricki says:

    To be honest, Although I’m not a vegan, I really love vegan foods than meats :).
    I hope I can find recipes about sprouts too…

  12. Brian

    Great article – My new thing is eating edamame. They are a great protein source, add a little salt and soy sauce and your good to go.

  13. wheyproteinpowders says:

    Proteins may serve as enzymes, structural elements, hormones, immunoglobulin, and many other functions. They are also involved in transporting oxygen, contracting muscles, transporting electrons and other activities throughout the body and in photosynthesis.

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