Adzuki sprouts are ready in 8–9 days.
They contain: Vitamins B₂, B₃, B₆ and C, calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, potassium, zinc, fibre, essential amino acids and a large amount of protein.
Benefits: supports kidney and bladder functions, can lower cholesterol, blood pressure and weight, has a cleansing and cancer-preventing effect in the intestine, and is a good source of protein.
Adzuki sprouts with mung beans are among the easier sprouts to digest. They are low in fat and rich in protein. They are known as the ‘weight-loss beans’ because they are low in calories but contain a wealth of nutrients. Like most beans, adzuki beans are rich in soluble fibre, which helps them bind toxins and cholesterol when expelled from the body. With sprouting, the amount of fibre increases by 300%.
Read more about the beneficial properties of adzuki beans.