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Quick Links to Articles:

• Benefits of Wheatgrass
• Wheatgrass Lasting Longer
• Comparing Juicers
• Juicer Selection Guide
• Enzymes & Living Guides
• Overcoming Chronic Fatigue
• Sprouting Tips & Hints
• From Cancer to Living Foods
• Using the Sprout Bags for Wheatgrass
• Super Hero Juice Recipes
• Fruit Roll Ups Recipe - Sedona Dehydrator

Benefits of Wheatgrass

Wheatgrass is young sprouted wheat of 1 to 2 weeks of age. Once wheatgrass reaches a height of 12 to 20cm, it can be cut and then juiced. Due to its fibrous nature, wheatgrass is indigestible to humans, which is why it needs to be juiced and why cows need multiple stomachs to digest grass over a period of time.

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Wheatgrass Lasting Longer

Do you find it hard to get through a whole tray of wheatgrass before it turns yellow or becomes too long?

Because wheatgrass is such a fast growing plant it can be difficult to use it all up before it becomes too old and bitter, so here are some tips on how to minimize wastage.

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Comparing Cold Press Juicers

There are a number of quality cold-press juicers out on the market and Sprout is fairly selective about which ones to sell. This chart provides you with a good snapshot of what's available here at Sprout.

You can find further information by visiting the specific product page for each of the juicers - most contain specifications, pictures and youtube videos

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Cold Press Juicers - Selection Guide

Selecting the right cold press juicer suitable for your specific needs and lifestyle is vital.

On each of the specific product pages for each juicer, I've tried to present the information that will assist you with getting to know each of the models available. From descriptions to vital stats and warranties, it's important to gather what you can before committing to a purchase.

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Enzymes and Living Foods

Enzymes are the most important element to aid digestion and to maintain health. None of us could live long without enzymes. They perform in the body and the brain in a fantastic and powerful way.

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Overcoming Chronic Fatigue

Does just getting out of bed in the morning seem to be a major effort? How about doing a simple job of vacuuming the living room floor? How about serious things like having to keep a job which required concentration, focus, intellect and creativity-operations which in my mind were simply not functioning.

I didn't know it then, but I had Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

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Sprouting Tips and Hints (work in progress)

What are the benefits of growing your own sprouts? This article is a work in progress. If you are after some great information on sprouting, then you need to grab Steve Meyerowitz's book "Sprouts the Miracle Food". Steve is an expert and his books are fantastic!

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From Cancer to Living Foods (By Brenda Cobb)

On February 13, 1999, my life changed forever. I went to the doctor for a check-up and was shocked to find that not only did I weigh 190 pounds, but that I had a lump in my breast about the size of a quarter and a large cervical tumor. My mother and her sisters had cervical and breast cancers. They chose the mainstream medical route which included surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation. My doctor recommended immediate surgery and that I go to another doctor for a second opinion, hospital tests, and blood work. 

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Using the Sprout Bag for growing Wheatgrass

The Sprout bag is a whole lot easier to use when sprouting your grain with the wheatgrass kits. They are designed to keep the grain moist and free from stagnant water - the arch enemy of any sprout.

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Super Hero Juice Recipes

Getting the kids to eat greens or even fruits & veggies can sometimes be a battle. Check out the Super Hero Juices. Print it off and stick it on your fridge. Everyone wants to be a Super Hero!

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Fruit Roll Ups - Sedona 9 Tray Food Dehydrator

Fruit Roll Ups are very easy to make with the Sedona...

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