Easter Sprout Garden Ideas For Breast Cancer Healing

Easter Ideas For Breast Cancer HealingSprouting Seeds For Easter – A Way To Boost Food Nutrition: If you’re new to gardening, try sprouting. Sprouts are one of the easiest plants to grow and can be grown year-round. Plus, research shows an extremely high anti-cancer potential of many sprouts.

Organic Sprouts Are Considered “Superfoods” because of their rich nutrient profile. They contain up to 30 times the nutrition of organic vegetables. In fact, sprouts make vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and essential fats more available to your body.

Easter Ideas With Sprouts

Sprouting Seeds For Easter Centerpiece: Grow a container of sprouting seeds to use as a centerpiece for your Easter table. Put your green thumb to use and grow a gorgeous, lush, thriving grass. This can be the perfect centerpiece as they are bright, fresh and also budget-friendly.
Wheatgrass CenterpieceSprouting Seeds Can Be Versatile:  Sprouts can be used for spring decorating and with a little planning (it takes about 2 weeks total) you can use it to replace that awful crinkly plastic stuff in your Easter baskets.You can also juice it, nibble on it raw, and feed it to chickens, cats, rabbits and guinea pigs.
Sprouting Seeds For Mantle For Breast Cancer Healing

You can grow several types of organic sprouts, but some of the most nutritious ones include:

    • Sunflower sprouts – These sprouts contain some of the highest-quality protein, iron, and chlorophyll, and are delicious.
    • Broccoli sprouts – Ten pounds of broccoli sprouts contain as many cancer-busting phytochemicals as 1,000 pounds (half a ton) of mature broccoli. They look and taste like alfalfa sprouts.
    • Pea sprouts – They provide high-quality protein, like sunflower sprouts, as well as high amounts of zinc and magnesium.

It’s best to eat sprouts raw to maximize their nutritional content. You can add them to salads, or use them in place of salad greens. You can also put them in vegetable juice or smoothies.

Growing a garden may seem taxing at first, but this small step can make drastic changes for Mother Nature and your health, as well as free you from a broken food system. It will provide you with a better quality of life.

For more tips and information on starting your own garden, visit local plant nurseries in your area. Here, you can get some natural planting tips that will help your garden thrive.

Adrienne RazonAbout the Author: Adrienne Razon writes health and fitness articles for Mercola.com. In line with Dr. Mercola’s advocacy for organic food and sustainable agriculture, she has written several articles about organic seeds and organic sprouts.
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