Freeze Dried Sprouts

Bird Nutrition
Sprouted seeds are more nutrient-dense as they are high in vegetable proteins, vitamins, minerals, enzymes, and chlorophyll.
Sprouted seeds are lower in fat, as the process of sprouting utilizes the fat in the seed to start the growing process – thus reducing the fat stored in the seeds.




Availability: 3 in stock


When any seed, nut, grain or legume is sprouted its entire chemical composition is enhanced. The germinated seeds, grains and legumes must  be allowed to grow in order for them to reach their peak nutrition. The germination and sprout growing process transforms whole foods into avian super foods that are:

Packed with Vitamins, Minerals and Antioxidants
The sprout growing process causes the formation of vitamins and an increase in all vitamins present. This makes sprouts a rich source of vitamins C, E, B complex and beta-carotene. Any minerals present become chelated, making them easier for the body to assimilate.

Sprouts also contain an overwhelming quantity of life-enhancing antioxidants. Antioxidants come in a variety of forms, each one provides unique chemical components as they target and bind to specific free radicals. When the level of free radicals rise above what the body can manage, they begin altering the way cells code genetic material.

Weight 100 g