Sprouting Lentils: Why It’s Good For Your Digestive & Systemic Health

sprouting lentils is good for you

As holistic health healers and therapists in Puerto Vallarta, nothing here at our Alternative Medical Center & Spa is taboo — not even poop. Yes, queens and gentle-kings, finally, we loosen the knot on one of humanity’s oldest, most pleasurable experience: cleansing our colons; particularly, how sprouting lentils is beneficial for whole-health.

sprouting lentils is good for you

Why sprouting lentils is good for your bum (and whole body)

Alicia Partida, Co-founder, and certified Colon Hydrotherapist helped us see how easy it is to make your own lentil sprouts! In case you missed it, here is the tutorial video on how to make lentil sprouts:

How to make lentil sprouts

So, you’ve soaked your sprouts, you’ve watched them grow, and you have them freshly rinsed in a jar. Give them a try! You can add them to salads to add some crunch! Your body will be able to freely digest it’s life-giving food without having to battle those inhibitors. And the fiber provides an added bonus to the flow of things 😉

 

Other than digestion, in what other areas does sprouting lentils help?

Check out some of these scientific studies found on HealthyLiving:

1/2 Cup of sprouts contains:

  • 3.5 grams of protein,
  • 7.5 grams of carbohydrates
  • Less than 0.25 grams of total fat.
  • 136 micrograms of copper (15% of daily adult requirements)
  • 0.6 milligrams of zinc (8% of daily requirements for women)
  • 6.5 milligrams of vitamin C
  • However, less iron and potassium is present (so eat more bananas and beans)

 

What does all this mean in simple terms?

Lentil sprouts help produce chemicals needed for brain function, boost the immune system, maintain healthy tissues, including your bones, skin and hair. Sprouting lentils results in a nutritional power-house nestled within each spoonful. This way, your diet is rich and thorough in giving you the nutrients you need to live a healthy lifestyle and contributing to a balanced pH (click the link to learn about Jaqui Karr’s view).

 

KEY-TAKEAWAY:

By sprouting lentils, you are starting the process of making a plant. When you include these into your diet, your colon will thank you and reward you with more regular and enjoyable bowel movements because of the alkaline benefits, enzymes, and nutrients.

 

Over to you, have you tried making your own sprouts yet? Post your questions in the comments!

 

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