How To Grow Chia Seeds into Chia Sprouts From Scratch

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Most people don’t know that chis seeds on their own are not superfoods. They contain phytic acid, an antinutrient that makes it more difficult for your body to absorb key nutrients such as iron, zinc, magnesium, calcium and vitamin D.

Interestingly enough, a good majority of the population is deficient in magnesiuma nd vitamin D, many people in Zinc also. So what gives? Why is the chis seed paraded as a superfood?

When You Soak Or Grow Chia Seeds It Becomes A Superfood

This is because the phytic acid is reduced when soaked, and when the chis sprout grows you get a ton of additional value including omega fats, more fiber and chlorophyll, an agent that helps to support the health of your body and cleanse your blood.

When you soak chis seeds or sprout them into a delicious edible leafy green you’re unlocking their superfood value. The phytic acid is removed and your body can then absorb the nutrients in the gelatinous seed or sprout much better.

See how to grow chia seeds into chia sprouts here:

At the very least you are going to want to soak the chia seeds to remove phytic acid. Here’s how:


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