While all plant foods provide nourishment for the body, few foods have more impact on a cellular level than do young, sprouted plants.
The nutritional content of sprouts is many times greater than the original food value of the seeds and beans from which they sprout. In fact, sprouts have a greater concentration of vitamins and minerals, proteins, enzymes, phytonutrients, immune enhancing and detoxifying protectants and anti-oxidants than at any other point in the plants life. The nutritional value of young sprouted plants was discovered by the Chinese thousands of years ago. And today, new studies show that sprouts of broccoli, cabbage, soy, kale, and other vegetables are rich in powerful compounds that help maintain healthy cellular activity. In fact, recent studies have proven that the elemental components found in sprouts prevent DNA destruction and support a healthy aging process.
Now, Dr. Peter DAdamo has formulated Live Cell, four custom-sprouted food complex blends, one for each blood type. Adding 1-3 capsules a day to your diet will bring you the cellular benefits of sprouted plants. The blend of 100% blood-type friendly freeze-dried sprouts in Live Cell promotes healthy detoxification enzymes and supports proper immune functioning.
Live Cell A
Live Cell A blends cruciferous and non-cruciferous sprouts, including rich sources of active sulforaphanes, glucosinolates and anti-oxidants. Modern studies have proven that these components prevent DNA destruction and protect us from the ongoing effects of aging. How you use Live Cell A will also impact its efficacy. Ideally, it is best to take Live Cell A on an empty stomach with a full glass of water. It is also useful to take a probiotic formula such as Polyflora A when you take Live Cell A.
1 capsule, 2-4 times daily
Kale sprouts (100mg), broccoli sprouts (75mg), Onion sprouts (150mg), Soy sprouts (200mg), Larch (50mg), Fennel sprouts (75mg), Adzuki bean sprouts (50mg), Alfalfa (50mg), mustard sprouts (50mg).
Store in a cool dry place. Best refrigerate upon opening.