Monday, 28 March 2011
It is now certain that no prescription for health seems complete without a mention of sprouts which were originally a part of Chinese cuisine. Why are sprouts good for health?
The most important part is the multiplication of nutrients by the germination process itself. Sprouts in fact can be called little food factories, for in them are manufactured vitamins and enzymes which were not there to begin with. These food factories are come equipped with digestive powers as they develop enzymes which break down proteins into simpler forms of amino acids, fats into fatty acids and carbohydrates into sugars and starches, which can be digested by the body even without cooking.