Alfalfa sprouts have occupied a significant place in the diet of many peoples since ancient times. The fact that the name alfalfa originates from the Arabic language and in translation means "father of all foods" speaks volumes about how much they were appreciated. Their exceptional nutritional value is the result of the germination process during which the content of proteins, vitamins, minerals and fatty acids increases many times over. How are they produced? Alfalfa (alfalfa) seeds are germinated for five to six days, and then the shoots are dried at a low temperature. Dried alfalfa is ground to a powder before packaging.
The resulting powder is a 100% natural product that does not contain additives, artificial colors or flavor enhancers.
How to use: Mix 1-2 teaspoons of powder with honey or dissolve in fruit juice, milk, yogurt or water.