Bowls of grains, legumes, and nuts

Soaking and Sprouting: What, Why, How

After eating grains, beans, or nuts, do you experience:

  • Bloating?
  • Gas?
  • Indigestion?

We are constantly told that nuts and seeds have healthy fats, whole grains are high in fiber, and beans and legumes are a great protein source. Besides, who can say no to hummus and nut butters?

However, what we aren't told is that nuts, seeds, grains, and legumes all contain antinutrients!
Unfortunately, antinutrients DECREASE the absorption of beneficial vitamins and minerals!

Soaking and sprouting your grains, legumes, and nuts/seeds can significantly improve nutrient bioavailability!

Check out our complete guide to soaking and sprouting down below, which will answer:

  • Why should I soaking and sprout foods?
  • What foods can be soaked and sprouted?
  • What happens if I don't soak or sprout grains, legumes, and nuts?

AND step-by-step instructions on exactly how to soak and sprout any grain, legume, or nut/seed of your choosing (except for one - find out what you SHOULDN'T soak!)


Soaking and Sprouting foods
How to soak and sprout beans, grains and nuts



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