Sprouted Foods Have High Nutritional Value

Many people think that sprouted food will not be eaten because it will produce toxins that are harmful to health. However, not all sprouted foods are waste, there are some sprouted foods that bring more benefits. Here are 3 sprouted foods that are more precious than gold.

Sprouted brown rice

Brown rice inherently has more nutritional value than white rice, but if sprouted, the nutritional value in it increases many times. Specifically, the content of lysine, vitamin E, vitamin B1, vitamin B6, magnesium, calcium, iron and especially γ- amino butyric acid (GABA) will increase 10 times compared to white rice.

Eating sprouted brown rice will bring a number of benefits such as preventing constipation, stimulating the digestive tract, helping to stabilize blood sugar and blood pressure, controlling blood fats, preventing atherosclerosis, preventing aging, regulate blood cholesterol… Not only that, the taste of germinated brown rice will be delicious and easier to eat than normal brown rice. However, brown rice germinates only well when it is carefully brewed.

Sprouted peanuts

Sprouted peanuts (Photo: Pinterest)

If sprouted peanuts are carefully planted, it is as precious as “gold” because of its dual nutritional value.

Specifically, the content of vitamin C in peanuts will increase during germination, the essential amino acids will also increase 7 times. Moreover, germinated peanuts also produce an active substance called resveratrol – a natural antioxidant that has strong anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antioxidant and anti-aging effects.

Sprouting garlic

Sprouting garlic (Photo: Pinterest)

Garlic is inherently very good for health and it is also known as a “panacea” when sprouting. Because after sprouting, it will produce phytochemicals, which help limit the spread of certain types of cancer. Not only that, the antioxidants in sprouted garlic are also higher than in normal garlic, helping to fight free radical damage.

Sprouted garlic is also rich in fiber, vitamin C, vitamin A, carotene… has the ability to slow down the aging process, strengthen the immune system, good for the heart, etc. Therefore, when you see garlic sprout, you should not throw away. Garlic should only be thrown away when it shows black spots.

(Source: Saostar)

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