Under favourable temperatures and moisture conditions, a seed will begin to germinate. As this sprout grows into a unique plant it will begin to produce necessary enzymes, vitamins and amino acids to protect itself from mould, harmful bacteria and other foreign elements. The seed will then germinate and grow into a sprout containing abundant amounts of protein, digestive fibers, vitamins and antioxidants. They also contain amazing essential minerals such as calcium and iron, which are great for the skin. During the germination period of a seed, a biological reaction occurs. When this happens, the sprout produces more protein, vitamins, minerals, enzymes, RNA, DNA and bio flavonoids than a seed or a fully-grown plant. The sprout’s abundant nutrients are converted into energy during this process and the sprout contains 4 times more nutrients than a fully-grown plant.