Alfalfa Sprouts, high protein, feel good, learn how to grow your own.



Alfalfa Sprouts are one of the few reliable raw sources of protein (higher in protein than beef) their high in most B vitamins which can assist in treating neurological disorders, depression, chronic fatigue. These amazing little creatures are a good source of folate, pantothenic acid, niacin, thiamine, vitamin K, amino acids and heaps more.

They also assist

Acidic Bodies a very good alkaline food due to high levels of chlorophyll.

Menopause It contains plant form equivalents of human estrogen.

Constipation due to fibre content.

Anti inflammatory reduce inflammation.

Reduce Cholesterol due to its high fibre content.

Stops excessive bleeding and bruising due to having one of the highest sources of naturally occurring Vitamin K.

Other benefits include relieving rheumatism, asthma, hay fever, candida, lower back pain, bone disorders (including osteoporosis and fractures) indigestion, twitching muscles, dandruff, obesity, treating narcotic and alcohol addiction.

Cardiovascular disorders such as athero sclerosis.

Diabetes It has 0 glycemic index which means there’s no risk to people suffering with hypoglycemia.

Blood building and Cleansing it has almost the same make up as human blood.

Weight loss

Dried Leaves or Raw can be used as a tea in place of slimming pills, better tasting and way more nutritious.

Reduces Fluid Retention due to high chlorophyll content.

Speeds up elimination of waste in the colon which in turn assists weight loss.

Fat burning ability and assisting digestive function is increased with regular consumption.


Hair Health helps restore natural colour and build healthy strands.

Skin luminosity Due to fast elimination of waste in the colon.

Used for healing wounds and skin ailments when used as a skin wash.


Sprouts are great used in wraps, sandwiches, salads, don’t limit it to that and grow your own they are a no brainer to grow at home

Top a haloumi and eggplant pizza with pomegranate seeds, drizzle  and alfalfa sprouts after its cooked or create your own sexy topping.

The Flowers are edible and can be used to funk up the appearance of salads and other meals.

“So No Excuses Guys come on Spring out of your chair and sprout some Alfalfa today”


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Cassandra Austin

Kitchen Coaching, Nutrition and Selfcare

A Corporate Chef with extra qualifications in< Diet and Nutrition, Food and Wellness, Food Psychology, Kitchen Medicine Vocational education trainer in Commercial Cookery, Dip Hospitality Management  & Business



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