Sprouts are the wonder food with high nutritious value. It ensures blood purification and increases/ strengthens the immune system.
When I had gone to Naturopathy Hospital, the Doctor said that they are Medicines. So, the doctor includes sprouts to everyone who comes there.
2. Increases Hair growth — as Sprouts contains Vitamin C which promotes hair growth.
3. Boosts Blood Circulation — Improves Blood circulation and strengthens capillaries to get strong and thick hair
4. Rich in Vitamin A – The deficiency of Vitamin A leads to dry scalp which in turn may lead to hair loss.
5. Reduces Premature greying of hair – Sprouts have anti oxidants which prevent corrosion of tissues.
6. Increases Sebum production – Sprouts have zinc which help in sebum production.
7. Acts as an Anti Dandruff – the Selenium in sprouts help in warding off dandruff and helps removes the debris and helps in hair growth.
8. Adds elasticity, shine and lustre to hair – Sprouts has omega acids which are vital for the nourishment of hair follicles.
9. Restores Vitality of Hair
10. Reduces Brittleness of Hair – The Biotin in the sprouts help to reduce brittleness of the hair.
11. Help enhance the glow of skin
12. Hydrates the skin – Vitamin B in Pea sprouts prevents excess sebum production and moisturises skin.
13. Helps in re generation of cell – Include sprouts daily in the diet to increase the process of healing and lightens the skin discoloration.
14. Stimulates Collagen Production – The Vitamin C in sprouts provides elasticity and gives a youthful skin
15. Helps fighting acne – The Omega 3 fatty acids decrease the inflammation and reduces the risk of acne.
16. Detoxifies the system – Sprouts contain a nutrient named Silica which helps re build and re generate the skin’s connective tissue. And removes the toxins from the body
17. Prevents Premature ageing of skin – the Anti oxidants protect the skin from the effects of ageing
18. Protein House – these are good for diet even for the pregnant ladies too.
Reading the benefits of Sprouts do include it in your diet once or twice a week. Enjoy the bowl of Sprouts next time your Mum or any elder give you.
I’m Dr. Malini Bhat MD (Ayu); an Ayurvedic Doctor and a health blogger. Follow me on social media to get daily health tips which you can easily adapt to a healthy lifestyle.