Sprouts are live food and nutritional powerhouses. Despite being low in calories, sprouts are a rich source of nutrients and beneficial plant compounds which makes them a superfood. sprouting process increases nutrient levels, making sprouts richer in protein, folate, magnesium, phosphorus, manganese, and vitamins C and K than non-sprouted plants.

Sprouts for Hair
  •  Helps in healthy growth of hair

The presence of vitamin A in sprouts stimulates hair follicles and encourages the scalp to grow thicker and longer hair. Vitamin A deficiency may lead to thinning of hair, dry scalp, and excessive hair loss.

  • Helps in stimulating sebum production in the scalp

Sprouts are a rich source of zinc, a nutrient that helps stimulate the production of sebum in the scalp that helps keep the roots and hair strands hydrated and nourished. It also encourages the regeneration of the scalp cells.

  • keeps dandruff at bay

Selenium in sprouts helps combat fungi that grow on the scalp of the hair and cause dandruff and other problems. It wards off dandruff and lets the scalp produce a natural oil that promotes healthy hair growth.

  • Presence of biotin

The presence of biotin helps grow healthier hair. Biotin is a B-complex vitamin that is known to contribute to longer and thicker hair and its deficiency may cause brittle and damaged tresses.

  • Prevents premature greying of hair

Premature ageing of hair is generally caused due to the oxidation of tissues. It is the presence of potent antioxidants that prevent the corrosion of tissues, further reducing the chances of premature greying.

Sprouts for Skin
Sprouts contain antioxidants that are responsible for fighting cell-damaging free radicals in the body and further protect the skin from getting damaged.
Vitamin C present in sprouts promotes clear skin through the production of collagen. Furthermore, it provides elasticity to the skin making you look more youthful.
The high levels of omega-3 fatty acids help decrease inflammation in the body further reducing the risk of developing acne and other skin problems.
Sprouts contain silica, which is a nutrient that regenerates skin's connective tissues. It is also responsible for removing toxins from the body causing lifeless and dull skin.
Stabilizes blood sugar levels.
Omega-3 fatty acids have anti-inflammatory properties that help in reducing the excessive stress on your cardiovascular system. The presence of potassium helps reduce blood pressure levels, further reducing the risk of any cardiovascular problem. Boosts good cholesterol.
Antioxidant rich and Anti-ageing.
Sprouts contain an unusually high content of living enzymes boosting your metabolism Enzymes help break down the food effectively and enhance the absorption of nutrients by the digestive tract. Sprouts also have a lot of dietary fibre which regulates digestion by bulking up the stool, making it easier to pass through the digestive tract. Sprouting appears to reduce the amount of gluten found in grains, which may make them easier to digest, especially for people sensitive to gluten
Builds your immune system. Sprouts have a high vitamin C and A content that makes them a powerful stimulant for the white blood cells in the body to fight off infections and diseases.
Sprouts are alkalizing to the body. They help regulate and maintain the pH levels of your body by reducing the level of acids. It is known that many illnesses including cancer are associated with excess acidity in the body.

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