Sprouting Books

Sprouting Books Ready to increase your knowledge of sprouts? This list of 200 good sprout-related books includes some excellent reads for anybody who wants to learn more about growing sprouts. Books on Sprouting Although ISS does not sell these books, below is a list of books that may help you if you are looking for general information about sprouting: Add a Few Sprouts, Eat Better for Less Money, Martha H. Oliver, 1975 All Natural Salad Cookbook, by Darcy Williamson and John Allgair, 1982 All Natural Seed and Grain Cookbook, by Darcy Williamson and John Allgair, 1981 Apartment Farmer, The, Duane Newcomb, 1976 Astrological Gardening, Louise Riotte, C1985, Printed 1995 Art and Secrets of Chinese Cookery, The Back to Eden, 1939, 14th printing in 1966, Jethro Kloss Backto Eden Cookbook, Jethro Kloss, c1974, printed 1980 Back to Nature with Grain Country's Wonderful World of Sprouting, (See:Wonderful World of Sprouting, The, by Schmidt, Marion and William Packer 1975) Basic Plant Pathology Methods, 1985 Onkar D. Dhingra Basic Natural Foods Cookbook (See Rodale Basic Natural Foods Cookbook) Be Your Own Doctor, by Ann Wigmore, ©1982 Beansprout Book, The

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Evaluation of Nutritional Availability

Evaluation of Nutritional Availability and Anti Evaluation of Nutritional Availability and Anti-Tumor Activity of Selenium Contained in Selenium-Enriched Kaiware Radish Sprouts. Biosci Biotechnol Biochem. 2007 Sep 7; Yoshida M, Okada T, Namikawa Y, Matsuzaki Y, Nishiyama T, Fukunaga K. Laboratory of Food and Nutritional Sciences, Department of Biotechnology, Faculty of Engineering,KansaiUniversity. We estimated the nutritional availability of selenium (Se) in Se-enriched Kaiware radish sprouts (SeRS) by the tissue Se deposition and glutathione peroxidase (GPX) activity of rats administered the sprouts, and examined the effect of SeRS on the formation of aberrant crypt foci (ACF) in the colon of mice administered 1,2-dimethylhydrazine (DMH) to evaluate anti-tumor activity. Male weanling Wistar rats were divided into seven groups and fed a Se-deficient basal diet or the basal diet supplemented with 0.05, 0.10, or 0.15 mug/g of Se as sodium selenite or SeRS for 28 d. Supplementation with Se dose-dependently increased serum and liver Se concentrations and GPX activities, and the selenite-supplemented groups showed a higher increase than the SeRS-supplemented groups. The nutritional availability

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