Raw Sprouted Nuts & Seeds - Unsweetened

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Macadamia Nuts are the fancy nuts we all love.  They are rich in heart healthy fat that can reduce diabetes and lower bad cholesterol and coronary artery disease.  Macadamias help with weight loss and improve digestive health.  Research also shows they help with IBS and similar conditions.  They are naturally low in sugar and carbohydrates and rich in fiber, antioxidants, protein, vitamin E, manganese, thiamin & copper.  Emerging research shows promising signs of anticancer, brain and longevity boosting properties.

Sesame Seeds are a great source of fiber, important for digestive health.  They lower cholesterol and triglycerides and may help reduce heart disease.  High in magnesium, lignans, vitamin E and other antioxidants, they can reduce high blood pressure.  Sesame seeds may also aid in blood cell formation and blood sugar control.  They also boost bone health, support thyroid health and the immune system and reduce inflammation and arthritis.  They are a great source of protein, B vitamins, iron, copper, calcium, zinc, manganese, healthy fats and other beneficial plant compounds. 

Pine Nuts are among the rarest of nuts and pack a variety of nutrients essential for health, including protein, dietary fiber and heart-healthy fats.  They are rich in vitamins and minerals including copper, zinc, iron, phosphorus, vitamin K, calcium, manganese and many others.  Pine Nuts are great for increasing energy levels, skin health, reducing diabetes and heart disease, raising "good" HDL and lowering "bad" LDL cholesterol.  Omega-3 fatty acids help brain function and vitamin K promotes bone health. They are also great for weight management, improving eyesight and much more.

Cashews are rich in protein, carotenoid & polyphenol antioxidants, fiber, healthy fats, copper, zinc, magnesium, iron, phosphorous and many other vitamins and minerals. Health benefits include aiding in blood production, heart health, blood pressure, prevention of gallstones, weight loss (when eaten in moderation), testosterone boosting, bone mass density increase, skin & vision health, improving fertility and liver health.

Pecans are another super nut.  Rich in protein, dietary fiber, healthy fats, antioxidants, in particular flavanoids, and lots of vitamins and minerals including Vitamin A, B, E, folic acid, calcium, phosphorus, potassium, thiamine, iron & zinc.  They are great for heart & brain health, maintaining high energy & weight loss, reducing oxidative stress & inflammation, lowering cholesterol, reducing symptoms of PMS, osteoporosis & anemia prevention and contributing to an overall glowing appearance.  These are of course just to name a few.

Hazelnuts have a very impressive nutritional composition.  Rich in protein, dietary fiber, healthy fats, antioxidants and endless vitamins and minerals.  They are great for heart & brain health, managing diabetes & anemia, weight loss, neural damage prevention and nervous system health, skin, as well as muscle & bone health.  And those are just the ones we can talk about...there are more

Pistachios are one of the lowest in calorie and highest in essential amino acids among other nuts.  They are cholesterol free, packed with antioxidants, healthy unsaturated fat, fiber, prebiotics and protein.  Rich in potassium, phosphorus, vitamin B-6, magnesium, manganese, copper & thiamine, Pistachios are anti-inflammatory, great for heart, gut & eye health.  They reduce cholesterol, blood pressure, blood sugar and the risk of weight gain. 

Almonds boast an impressive nutrient profile being rich in fiber, protein antioxidants, healthy fats, vitamin E, manganese & magnesium, copper, vitamin B2 & phosphorus.  High in phytic acid, almonds benefit tremendously from sprouting.  Almonds are great for blood sugar,blood pressure and cholesterol level control.  They reduce hunger, may be effective for weight loss and are antimicrobial and anti-fungal among many other attributed health benefits. 

Walnuts are an exceptionally nutritious nut. They have higher antioxidant activity, more healthy omega-3 fats and uniquely effective polyphenols than any other common nut.  They reduce inflammation, are good for your heart, brain, blood sugar & healthy gut and are credited with many other unique health benefits.

Brazil Nuts are energy dense and rich in protein, antioxidants, healthy fats, selenium, magnesium, copper, phosphorus, manganese, thiamine, and vitamin E.  They are good for your heart, brain & thyroid, may reduce inflammation and are credited with many other health benefits.   Caution: Overeating Brazil Nuts can have some toxic effects.  The recommended daily number of Brazil Nuts is 1 to 3.  An adult should not exceed 4.  We've seen some higher limit sources, but we say 3 nuts a day, about half an ounce per serving.

Pumpkin Seeds are highly nutritious and packed with powerful antioxidants.  They are rich in protein, fiber, healthy fats and many vitamins and minerals, including zinc, magnesium, iron, copper, phosphorous, manganese and vitamin K & E.  Health benefits include improved prostate and bladder function, heart health, lower blood sugar levels, improved mail fertility, improved sleep and energy, mood and immune function.

Sunflower Seeds are among the most nourishing seeds and a great source of protein, antioxidants, carotenoids, polyunsaturated fats including phytosterols, and many vitamins and minerals such as E, B6 and magnesium just topping the list. The many health benefits include controlling hypertension, cholesterol levels and blood sugar, promoting bone, skin and hair health, supporting the immune system and detoxifying.  They help with restful sleep, mood, migraines and even weight loss.


Thought about sprouting yourself but don't know how?  Can't be bothered with the painstaking soaking and drying? 

And even if you decided to do it, how do you know that the raw nuts or seeds you bought in the store were not steamed, heat pasteurized or radiated and therefore dead and un-sproutable? 

Just about every nut & seed in the store is unfortunately subjected to such practices. 

When sprouted, the living yet dormant raw nuts & seeds COME ALIVE.  They are "activated".  Just like planting a seed in the ground, once moisture is introduced, life is ignited with a surge of nutrients and living enzymes. 

Even more importantly, all nuts & seeds contain Phytic Acid.  It protects them during the dormant phase.  Unfortunately it is an enzyme inhibitor known as an "anti-nutrient".  When digested it binds to the nutrients and prevents them from being absorbed by our body.  But once sprouted, poof, like magic, Phytic Acid all but disappears and the nutrients in the nuts & seeds become "bio-available".  Isn't nature magnificent?

A note about light roasting.  While fully roasting nuts & seeds will render them no longer raw and devoid of many health benefits, light roasting which does not permeate the entire nut or seed but only touches the surface will enhance taste and texture while preserving all the benefits.  In fact, whereas sprouting eliminates the vast majority of Phytic-Acid, light roasting actually completes the process.  The best of both worlds.

Eating sprouted is NEXT LEVEL NUTRITION.

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Sold in 4, 8 & 16oz compostable bags made of wood cellulose.

Allergen statement:  Contains nuts and tree nuts.  May contain pieces of shells.

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