Doctors today are telling us to eat less meat and dairy. What other ways can we get our protein? We can’t eat fish all the time.

Beans and grains are a time-honored way to get plenty of protein with low fat, high fiber and no cholesterol. Sprouts: Alfalfa, Mung Bean, and Bean Mix, are beans that have been sprouted and are a wonderful option for a variety of vegetarian meals.

Grown locally year round, sprouts are a good source of protein and vitamin C. 3 ounces of Mung Beansprouts contain 30 calories. A 12-ounce bag served as a side dish or salad is enough for 4 to 6 people.  See below to view our sprout nutrition chart which compares alfalfa, mung bean, radish, soybean and wheat sprouts.

USDA National Nutrient Database (hint: Search Using “Sprout”)

View Sprout Nutritional Facts in pdf format

View Sprout Nutrition and Disease Prevention in pdf format

View our Health Benefits Brochure in pdf format

sprout comparison chart

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