Bringing Consciousness Back into Eating: Grow Your Own Food Easily With SproutBox! πŸ˜ƒ

Hello again! I posted a while back about how I had started growing my own sprouts with help from my friend Don. This was with the intention of developing a more conscious relationship with food and my body. It is empowering to have a connection with the food you are eating and to know how it was grown and where it comes from.

We are all aware that in America especially, our food quality is poor. Most of us lack essential vitamins and minerals in our diet and it has a negative impact on our health and the way we feel. It has become normal for us to feel lethargic and sluggish to the point where it can seem normal, like nothing is wrong. A lot of us simply don’t have any other state of health or vitality to compare it to and this is unfortunate.

Western society has become so overly consumed by the idea of macronutrients, (proteins, carbs, and fats) when they think of nutrition, that our very building blocks have been overlooked. I have a lot of respect for people that grow their own food. Don has made it attainable and easy for people to start growing their own sprouts successfully. Sprouts are full of nutrients that our bodies need to thrive! I am excited to share with you SproutBox. 

If you live anywhere in the U.S, you can start growing and have food in 3 to 5 days! The seeds are all organic and non-GMO. You can vary what you grow and change it up month to month if you prefer. It is a great way to learn more sustainable eating habits, build a healthier relationship with the food you eat and bring mindfulness back into your diet. 

If you are interested, please check out:

IG or Twitter: Sproutboxgrow

Have a GREAT weekendπŸ––πŸΌπŸ˜ŠπŸ’œ


8 thoughts on “Bringing Consciousness Back into Eating: Grow Your Own Food Easily With SproutBox! πŸ˜ƒ

  1. Great advice.. and well done! When Im reading american books about health I’m always noticing how authors almost on ‘repeat’ telling on each page – you have to eat healthy and ‘healthy’ means you have to eat xxxxx, xxxxxxx, xxxxxx. It amazes me sometimes that people don’t understand clearly what is healthy and what is unhealthy. But maybe because of the lack of education at the school and at home. I think we should be taught how to eat from the very beginning.. many years we are studying something we’ll never use, but not much(or nothing) about how to stay healthy, happy and live longer. Humans are amazing hahaha

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    1. Thanks! Unfortunately there is lottt of misinformation in America and a lot of nutritionists and doctors aren’t even given the correct information in school. Also a lot of the food isn’t what it claims to be. Soo many chemicals in our food and a lot of people get overwhelmed and disregard the information that can help them. Also, healthy food is very expensive here and a lot of people don’t care about being proactive about their health sadly :/ . Yes! Most of what we are taught in our education system has no application in our daily lives πŸ˜›πŸ€·πŸ»β€β™€οΈ

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      1. Yes, I read about it..& it so strange to hear tho because America claims we r “the truth, the pioneer in everything new, evolutionary etc”. The worst r the chemicals in the food…because we don’t know how it will affect humans in the future. I’m eating eco/organic -85,90% of the time. But sometimes I even don’t trust if the label says “eco” haha. I love sprouts & raw, and vegan food as well. I love wok and Japanese, Mediterranean, Italian (who don’t lol). You? Health is everything and more πŸ‘

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      2. Hahah well they can claim it but that doesn’t make it true πŸ˜†πŸ˜‹. The way food is produced and consumed here is probably a huge reason why there are such high cancer rates and disease. That is very good! I eat organic as well, probably about the same. I eat a mostly vegan diet also. I stay away from dairy here and meat unless it is organic/grass fed. I like Japanese, Thai, Mediterranean, Indian and Italian food also. It can be difficult to find organic sometimes with those. I try to avoid gluten also because that is a big problem in the US. We have to enjoy ourselves sometimes though of course πŸ˜ƒ

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      3. Yes, I’ve read ‘The China Study’ book, lots about food in America there (comparison with Asia), organic is a bit more expensive but still affordable here in Europe. But sometimes I think – what if all that only business? lol that’s why to grow own food is always best. Haha but I’m outing outside a lot tho eh, life :))

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