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Sprouted Grain Evidence

 
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Does anyone have an scientific articles/studies etc on sprouted grains and the health benefits versus non sprouted? It seems like a lot of the information I read is general and vague, but I think its documented that older cultures benefitted from the sprouting. Any information would be awesome! Thanks!

 
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bump...anyone?
 
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seems like if you put nutrition+content+sprouts in the http bar you should get 1.380,000 ideas....

http://www.google.com/search?ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&sourceid=navclient&gfns=1&q=nutrition+content+sprouts


everything i ever read about sprouts said that sprouts have more vitamin content than the seed or the end plant.
 
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I don't know about health implications, but barley malt tastes delicious.
 
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tel wrote:
I don't know about health implications, but barley malt tastes delicious.



Yeah good drink....they just did a study and it is good for yer bones too.
 
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