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August 15, 2017

Sprouted Almonds

by Anne Paddock

As I dove deeper into my meditation and yoga practice, it was proven to me time and time again, that in order to be clear-headed, and in a space to manifest what we really want, we must consume clean, nutritional dense, vibrant foods…                                                                     ~Joshua McHugh

When we shop for nuts, we often choose between raw or roasted and salt or unsalted. But there’s another option to consider:  sprouted.  A sprouted nut is simply a nut that has been soaked in water (which releases the nut’s enzyme inhibitors so that our bodies can absorb the nut’s nutrients more effectively). The nuts are then dried slowly at low temperatures (to preserve the nutrients and enzymes) resulting in a light, crunchy edible nut.  It really is that simple.

The good people at Living Intentions – a company born of the idea that clean, nutrient dense foods promote healthy living – make sprouted almonds using ultra-purified water and then air dry them (at low temperatures, of course) to produce a naturally sweet, crunchy, almond that is bold and a high energy food source. You can truly taste the difference between a sprouted almond and a raw or roasted almond.

Enjoy right out of the bag, as a topping on your favorite dessert, in trail mix, or chop gently and add to homemade granola or muesli recipes.

Non-GMO, gluten-free, Certified Organic, and plant-based, Living Intentions Activated Sprouted Unsalted Almonds are also certified kosher, paleo, and vegan.

Sold in both 6-ounce ($8.99) and 16-ounce ($16.99) resealable packets to perceive freshness, Living Intentions Activated Sprouted Unsalted Almonds are available at the company’s website:  www.livingintentions.com or www.vitacost.com, and at grocery stores nationwide including Fresh Market and Whole Foods Market.

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