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Apr 052016
 

Fresh juice from organic fruits and veggies

Juicing is a fantastic way for anyone to add enzymes and nutrients into their daily routine without much difficulty at all!  When drinking a juice, even one a day, you can easily consume the daily recommended servings of fruits and veggies, all in one go (but, of course, you will hopefully be eating veggies all day too!).

In addition to allowing us to consume more vegetables than we would be able to eat, the process of juicing allows for the enzymes and nutrients to be quickly and efficiently absorbed by the body.  In today’s society, most of us have a suffering digestive system in one way or another, which means many nutrients we consume through our food are not actually assimilated into the body, but rather discarded as waste.  Which means… we need more nutrients and enzymes!  Enter fresh juice- the body can quickly take in all the goodness it has to offer without needing to spend energy creating enzymes internally or digesting each bit of food.

Stop by The Sprout to restock your body’s nutrients and start on your journey to better health and living!

Sep 232014
 

 

Kale is a super food. We at The Sprout Cafe love this cruciferous veggie for its earthy taste, as well as its important and well-documented health benefits. We use kale in several menu items ranging from juices to side items (hint: chips!), and if you’re not already a kale fan, you will be soon.

What is kale?
Kale is a member of the cabbage family. There are several varieties of kale, each with a distinct flavor and a ton of nutritional value and fiber. Kale leaves can be green or purple, curly or plain. Kale that is used at The Sprout Café is locally sourced from Joseph Fields Farm

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Feb 202014
 

Kale

Kale is one of the most powerful greens out there!  And here at The Sprout we offer many delicious juices to enjoy it in.  Here’s just a few great reasons to try it out for yourself:

1) High in iron

2) Anti-inflammatory- full of omega-3s

3 High in Vitamin K, A, C, calcium and antioxidants

4) A great detox food

5) Cardiovascular benefits

Feb 112014
 

Several different types of lentils

 

Now Available!

Come in to try a delicious, nourishing Soup of the Day at The Sprout:

Vegetable Lentil Soup

Lentils, a small but nutritionally mighty member of the legume family, are a very good source of cholesterol-lowering fiber. Not only do lentils help lower cholesterol, they are of special benefit in managing blood-sugar disorders since their high fiber content prevents blood sugar levels from rising rapidly after a meal. But this is far from all lentils have to offer. Lentils also provide good to excellent amounts of seven important minerals, our B-vitamins, and protein—all with virtually no fat. The calorie cost of all this nutrition? Just 230 calories for a whole cup of cooked lentils.

 

Oct 312013
 
Pumpkin

Try our Pumpkin Soup!

Back by popular demand, stop in for our favorite tasty, seasonal delight, Pumpkin Soup!  Warm your insides with this nourishing, delicate soup.  Low calorie and vegan as always, this pumpkin soup offers loads of veggies blended with just the right seasonings to give it that perfect fall flair.

Pumpkins have many nutrients and micro-nutrients to offer us including: Dietary Fiber, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin B6, Folate, Iron, Magnesium and many, many more!

Stop in for your warm cup of soup today!

Oct 042013
 

Spirulina Powder

 

Spirulina is an algae (cyanbacteria) that is considered a superfood due to its incredibly high nutrient content.  At The Sprout, you can add Spirulina to any smoothie or juice for only $1. 00.  Mixed with a drink, it will go down smooth and unnoticed by your taste buds, but your body will surely appreciate it, because Spirulina is:

1. High in iron, making it great especially for vegetarians!

2. High in Chlorophyll to help remove toxins and oxygenate the blood.

3. High in calcium, with 26 times more calcium than milk!

4. Spirulina contains Omega 3-,6 and 9s and is especially high in Omega-3s.

5. Made of 65% protein and amino acids.

So if you haven’t tried it yet, add it to your next smoothie at The Sprout!

Jul 302013
 

Importance of Manganese in the body

 

Did you know that many of our juices, including all of our cold-pressed varieties, are packed full of an essential trace element, Manganese?  Manganese, found mostly in the bones, liver, kidneys and pancreas, has many important functions in the body:

 

-       Helps the body form connective tissue, bones, blood clotting factors and sex

hormones

-       Carbohydrate metabolism

-       Calcium absorption

-       Blood sugar regulation

-       Normal brain and nerve functioning

-       Neutralizes cancer-causing and degenerative free radicals in the body

 

Come try a cold pressed juice today and rest assured knowing you have provided your body with many essential to life, trace elements, such as Manganese.