Gluten is a protein that you will find in a selection of grains, such as wheat, rye, and barley. The alfalfa plant itself is not a cereal grain, so isn’t something we must avoid while following a gluten-free diet.
Is Alfalfa Gluten-Free?
• They’re extremely versatile and easy to grow. • They contain large amounts of Vitamin K, Vitamin C, folate, manganese, copper, and folate. • an help anemia prevention due to the levels of iron and folate
Benefits Of Alfalfa Sprouts
Celiac is an autoimmune disease and it has been proven that alfalfa sprouts or supplements can cause an inflammation in consumers with certain autoimmune disorders.
• Add to your sandwich • Use as part of a sandwich filling • Replace them from beansprouts in stir-fries or spring rolls Put them on top of soup
Riverford Organic Farmers have a tasty-looking recipe, which is super easy. Their Beetroot, Carrot and Alfalfa Salad is not only gluten free, but dairy-free too! It’s healthy, nutritious, and can easily be adapted.
Alfalfa Sprouts Recipe
You can easily grow alfalfa sprouts at home. All you need are alfalfa seeds, a mason jar, and water. It really is that simple! Pass the Plants has a step-by-step guide on how to grow them at home.
Alfalfa sprouts can be a welcome addition to your diet. And remember if you’re celiac and are wanting to eat alfalfa sprouts, please always check with a healthcare professional first.
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