Red clover sprouting seeds are a nutrient-packed wild food with many health properties. These tiny seeds grow into red clover plants (Trifolium pratense), part of the legume family used for its medicinal properties for centuries. Our red clover sprouting seeds are from certified organic land, assuring they are rich in vitamins and minerals. The sprouts are easy to grow with a slightly sweet and nutty taste, similar to alfalfa. Their mild flavour makes red clover a versatile sprout for sandwiches, salads, burgers, sushi, and many other dishes to enhance their flavour and nutritional value.
Red clover sprouting seeds are a rich source of bioavailable vitamins C, E, and K and iron. The iron and vitamin C in red clover sprouting seeds synergise to become outstanding blood boosters and help nurture flawless skin. Due to their high mineral and vitamin density, red clover sprouts can have an energising effect with meagre calories, which is particularly good for someone feeling exhausted, tired, or depleted. With both anti-oxidant and anti-cancer effects, phytonutrients such as isoflavones, coumestans, and flavonoids also help regulate hormonal imbalances, reducing the risk of chronic disease and boosting the immune system.
The high concentration of phytonutrients sets Organic Red Clover Sprouting Seeds apart. With both anti-oxidant and anti-cancer effects, phytonutrients such as isoflavones, coumestans, and flavonoids defend the body against free radicals and inflammation, reducing the risk of chronic disease and boosting the immune system.
Isoflavones called phytoestrogens, such as genistein and daidzein in sprouted red clover, have a chemical structure and molecular weight similar to 17β-estradiol, enabling them to bind to estrogen receptors. This binding allows them to act in the place of estrogen and regulate hormonal imbalances, helping to reduce symptoms of menopause and premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and promote bone health. Phytoestrogens in red clover sprouts may help ease symptoms of menopause, such as hot flashes and night sweats.
For men, the phytoestrogens in red clover sprouts have improved cardiovascular health by lowering cholesterol levels, thus reducing the risk of heart disease. They may also have benefits for prostate health and the risk of prostate cancer.
Red Clover sprouting seeds offer a range of health benefits, including hormone-balancing properties that can be particularly beneficial for women. But don’t be deterred if this doesn’t speak to you, as they pack a nutritional punch with energising vitamins, minerals, enzymes and phytonutrients such as isoflavones and coumestrol. Red clover sprouts are an easy and delicious way to support your liver and overall health and well-being. So why not add some to your next meal?