SPROUTED Grains

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A new addition to our Love Raw Foods product line! These grains and beans go through a sprouting process that enhances digestibility through the removal of phytic acid, and whenever possible, initiates germination of the individual grain or bean. The removal of phytic acid, which binds with other nutrients and is a major inhibitor to the bioavailability of nutrients as food is digested, renders the product more easily digestible and the nutrients more easily absorbable! An abundant source of nutrient-dense traditional diet for good health.
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Adzuki Beans, sprouted - LRF (20 oz)

Adzuki Beans, sprouted - LRF (20 oz)

$5.02

Our adzuki beans are raw, organic and sprouted and have a sweet nutty flavor. They are a great source of magnesium, potassium, iron, zinc copper, manganese and B vitamins.

Amaranth, sprouted - LRF (20 oz)

Amaranth, sprouted - LRF (20 oz)

$4.18

Amaranth greens are a good source of vitamins such as A, K, B6, C. The seeds contain protein.

Barley, sprouted - LRF (20 oz)

Barley, sprouted - LRF (20 oz)

$3.70

Nutty, chewy and great for the digestive system due to it high fiber, barley has a number of health benefits. Click the drop down for more size choices.

Black Beans, sprouted - LRF (20 oz)

Black Beans, sprouted - LRF (20 oz)

$3.61

Extremely nutritious, black beans are an excellent source of protein and dietary fiber. The high fiber content in black beans also helps blood sugar levels from rising too rapidly after a meal, making them a wise choice for people with diabetes.

Blue Corn, sprouted - LRF (20 oz)

Blue Corn, sprouted - LRF (20 oz)

$3.17

Organic blue corn kernels are rich in phenolics and anthocyanins, and has just about the highest antioxidant content of any food, even higher than blueberries! Organic blue corn is an ancient variety of corn that is typically grown in South America.

Garbanzo Beans (Chick Peas), Sprouted - LRF (20 oz)

Garbanzo Beans (Chick Peas), Sprouted - LRF (20 oz)

$4.38

Chick peas (garbanzo beans) are full of insulin-lowering fiber, protein, the minerals iron, copper, zinc, magnesium, as well as molybdenum, a detoxifying trace mineral.

Kamut, sprouted - LRF (20 oz)

Kamut, sprouted - LRF (20 oz)

$3.78

A high protein variety of wheat, kamut has a higher nutritional value than present-day wheat. It provides a great source of protein, selenium, magnesium, niacin, thiamine, zinc, iron, and riboflavin.

LRF Buckwheat Groats, Sprouted - (20 oz)

LRF Buckwheat Groats, Sprouted - (20 oz)

$3.50

Commonly used in Asia and Europe, Buckwheat Grouts is rich in rutin, a chemical that fortifies capillary walls, reducing high blood pressures and diabetes risk.

Millet, sprouted - LRF (20 oz)

Millet, sprouted - LRF (20 oz)

$3.17

People with celiac disease can replace certain gluten-containing cereals in their diets with millet. Millet is a good source of protein, fiber, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, and potassium.

Mung Beans, sprouted - LRF (20 oz)

Mung Beans, sprouted - LRF (20 oz)

$5.19

Mung beans are low in saturated fat and sodium, and very low in cholesterol and are also a great source of protein, dietary fiber, vitamin C, vitamin K, riboflavin, folate, copper and manganese.

Quinoa, sprouted - LRF (20 oz)

Quinoa, sprouted - LRF (20 oz)

$9.20

Quinoa is a quick-cooking, nutritionally dense alternative to brown rice or pasta. A 3/4-cup serving provides 15 grams of protein, 25 percent of your daily iron and magnesium needs, and 40 percent of your daily fiber requirement.

Red Lentils, sprouted - LRF (20 oz)

Red Lentils, sprouted - LRF (20 oz)

$4.70

Lentils are a particularly good source of protein, especially for vegetarians and vegans. Lentils also provide a healthy dose of dietary fiber, B1, folate and a host of essential minerals.

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Blue Mountain SPROUTED Grains

A new addition to our Love Raw Foods product line! These grains and beans go through a sprouting process that enhances digestibility through the removal of phytic acid, and whenever possible, initiates germination of the individual grain or bean. The removal of phytic acid, which binds with other nutrients and is a major inhibitor to the bioavailability of nutrients as food is digested, renders the product more easily digestible and the nutrients more easily absorbable! An abundant source of nutrient-dense traditional diet for good health.
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