The Amazing Benefits of Growing Your Own Food Having a vegetable garden seems like a lot of work, especially when you don’t have much free time and there’s so many choices available in supermarkets and farmer’s markets. However, growing your own food can have a huge impact on your life. In fact, it can be
Why We Have Satisfied Customers in More Than 30 Countries In 1997, Sol Azulay accurately predicted the explosion in demand for healthy, organic foods. So he focused his laser-like energy to create the first ever automatic sprouter. He pursued the new craze with gritty determination. Today, you can benefit from his years of labor with
1. More “Kick” Than Red Bull Benefits of wheatgrass are endless Wheatgrass shots can provide between 80 and 100 percent of the nutritional value you require each day. Like coffee and energy drinks, wheatgrass provides a boost to the bloodstream within twenty minutes. But wheatgrass is a healthier alternative that won’t curb your brain’s neurotransmitters.
Evidence that Including the Nutrition of Sprouts and Raw Foods in Your Diet Leads to Increased Health and Vitality, Helps to Lose and Maintain Healthy Weight, and May Also Help to Prevent and Ameliorate Symptoms of Cancer and Other Serious Diseases EasyGreen.com website is not intended to substitute for medical advice. EasyGreen Factory makes no claims that you
Make your favorite green smoothie: 2 cups of cold water 1 to 2 cups of alfalfa sprouts or a mix of the little sprouts (clover, alfalfa, fenugreek, broccoli, cabbage) (I give mine a cool bath on day 5 to free them of their hulls and unsprouted seeds.) 1 cup of fairly young mung sprouts (They
Barley, my favorite grass, 1.5 T. I start 5 trays at once and let them grow about 7 days. When they are brilliant green, they go for a ride into the wheatgrass juicer. Juice a vibrant batch of grass, roots and all, that you harvest out of your EasyGreen Sprouter. I find the barley makes
Sprouted Lentil Taboulé 3 cups red lentil sprouts 1 bunch scallions 1 bunch parsley 1/2 head celery 2 cucumbers 3 tomatoes all chopped Mix all ingredients in a large bowl. Add salt, pepper, fresh lemon juice and olive oil to taste. From- Michel Gauthier
Once in a blue moon, actress, producer and raw food guru, Blythe Metz and I trade tweets. And, although her following is monumental and ours modest, in twitter world, we each get just 140 characters to hurl insults and spread the word on the evils of GMOs. You see, compared to Monsanto, we’re both a