1. Improve Heart Health
Bean spouts contain vitamin K, which is known to help inhibit calcium buildup thus improving heart health and help reduce the risk of coronary heart disease.
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2. Aid Better Digestion
Due to its high fibre content, bean sprouts can help improve your gut health leading to a better digestive system.
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3. Boost Immunity
Bean sprouts are rich in nutrients and compounds, including saponin and vitamin C which are known to help boost your body’s immune system.
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4. Help Weight Loss
You can consume as much bean sprouts as you want without worrying about weight gain as they contain almost zero fat content.
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5. Maintain Good Eyesight
Rich in vitamin A, known to aid in vision wellness, along with alpha- and beta-carotene, bean sprouts are great when it comes to helping you maintain sound eye health.
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6. Improve Skin, Hair And Nail Health
Loaded with antioxidants and vitamins A and C, bean sprouts are beneficial when it comes to improving the condition and health of your skin, hair and nails.
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7. Help Prevent Osteoporosis
Thanks to its vitamin K content, bean sprouts can help prevent bone density loss and the onset of osteoporosis. As a natural estrogen, bean sprouts also help strengthen your bones and keep them healthy.
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8. Reduce Anxiety And Relieve Stress
As bean sprouts contain a good amount and nice balance of vitamin C, zinc and magnesium, they are known to help you keep stress at bay as these nutrients are said to have stress-relieving properties.
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