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A Key Food to Grow With Limited Space

• - Dr Mercola

As a cabal of technocratic elite battle for control of the world's resources, global systems of food and energy production are being increasingly targeted and dismantled. This is all part of The Great Reset, a decades-old plan from the World Economic Forum (WEF) to seize control of wealth and resources.

It's becoming increasingly clear that severe food shortages are coming and appear to be inevitable, more or less worldwide. Further, whatever food is available will continue to go up in price. That's why now is a crucial time to learn new methods of self-sufficiency and resiliency. I describe them as "new" methods, but many of them are actually not new at all and could more aptly be described as "old-fashioned."

One such method — growing your own food — is something I encourage virtually everyone to take part in. Even if you have limited space, it's possible to grow quite a bit of food to feed yourself and your family. One food that requires very minimal space, yet packs a powerful nutritional punch, is sprouts.

Reasons to Eat Sprouts, a Living Food

Recently, I've embraced some of the components of a nose-to-tail carnivore diet as highlighted by Dr. Paul Saladino.1 One premise is that the notion that all plant foods are beneficial may need to be revisited and revised. For instance, plant lectins can have harmful effects by binding to specific receptor sites on your intestinal mucosal cells and interfering with the absorption of nutrients across your intestinal wall.2

However, sprouts and microgreens offer unique benefits due to the fact that they're in their initial and early phase of growth. During this time, the plants contain more concentrated amounts of nutrients, making them far more nutrient-dense than their full-grown vegetable counterparts, providing higher amounts of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and health-promoting phytochemicals.