Many people not only love the taste of Mung Bean Sprouts but love the fact that they are relatively low in calories while being rich in nutrients. They make a great source of dietary fiber.

They are often naturally found as part of an Asian dishes and have numerous culinary uses; whether they be stir-fried or used in a salad.


Mung Beans Benefits

They have been linked with an assortment of health benefits such as reducing anxiety (as Mung Bean Sprouts are vitamin C rich; maintenance of good eye sight (great source of folate; supporting the immune system (an iron rich food; supporting cardiovascular health and bone health (rich in vitamin K and manganese).


Mung Bean Sprout Nutrition Facts and Information

When eaten raw bean sprouts have an estimated glycemic load of three. They consist 70% carbohydrates; 5% fat; and 25% protein.


There is a lot more good than bad associated with consuming this food. Indeed the only real downside is that most of the calories in them come from sugars; but given their low calorific value this is hardly a major problem at all.


The pluses far outweigh the minuses as they are low in fat, sodium and cholesterols, and are a great source of vitamins and minerals.


As mentioned above as they are rich in magnesium; manganese; and vitamin K they are thought to be good for people with bone issues such as osteoporosis.


One hundred grams (100 g) of raw mung bean sprouts has jus 30 calories and contains 3 grams of protein.


Priced per 1gram - buy-as-you-need. For example; If you require 28g, please add 28 qty to the basket. If you require 1kg, please add 1000 qty to the basket.


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