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The BOYO Vitamin & Mineral Rich Sprouting Seed Mix

The BOYO Vitamin & Mineral Rich Sprouting Seed Mix

Being a teenager is hard. From school to extra-curricular, from tutorial classes to hanging out with your friends, teenagers lead hectic lives. There are exams to worry about, homework to finish, school work to catch up on, school societies and clubs to participate in. Add to this the stress of deciding on a career and the constant helicoptering of teachers and parents alike. It isn’t tough to understand why teenagers constantly try to avoid whichever adult they come into contact with. 

Besides the external stress of being a teenager, the internal changes that they go through are also massive. Puberty is a complex and lengthy process. Voice breaks, growth spurts, hormonal changes and physical developments are all a part of one of the most life-altering processes a person has to go through. Naturally, if it is so hard to view on the outside, the inside must be equally hard for the kids. Adolescence is the time when teenagers are most drawn to independence, and this is something that should extend to their food as well. However, to make informed decisions about their food intake, they need to understand what is essential to their bodies. 

First and foremost, teenage bodies require more calories: appetite surges are even considered signs of the incoming puberty cycles a teenager is about to go through. The appetite surges indicate the body’s growing needs – the growth process requires more nutrients and vitamins, and eating more is a natural reaction to this need. Teenagers need to consume a balanced diet and rich in proteins, carbohydrates and fats to keep themselves healthy. Proteins are the building blocks of the body. They build, maintain and repair muscles, fortify bones and also keep various other bodily processes running. 

Complex carbohydrates are also crucial to teenage diets because they provide sustained energy and even fibre and other nutrients. Besides this, dietary fat should make up about 30% of the total diet. Fats supply energy and are essential to helping the body absorb vitamins that are soluble in fat, namely Vitamins A, D, E and K. The diet should be heavy in mono- and polyunsaturated fat. Lastly, teenagers are most likely to fall short on their daily calcium, iron, zinc and Vitamin D intake. Maintaining a balanced diet for a teenager shouldn’t be too hard. Still, with their constricting schedules, it can be hard to ensure eating three meals a day. So how do we erase all the fatigue and stress from any vitamin deficiencies and boost overall strength? 

The BOYO Vitamin & Mineral Rich Sprouting Seed Mix is your solution to this question! It is the overall health booster you need if you’re a teenager going through a growth spurt. This 7-ingredient seed mixture, high in amino acids and enriched with proteins and vitamins, is 100% vegan and Gluten-free. Consisting of Chickpeas, Adzuki and Soybeans, the mix is rich in vitamins A, B, C and E, and are great for speeding up the healing process and strengthening bones and gums. 

The mix consists of Mung beans, Chickpeas, Adzuki, Soybeans, Alfalfa, Black lentils and Moth. Foods like Chickpeas and Mung are excellent for their contribution of fibre and protein. They make digestion easier by adding bulk to stool and promoting a healthy gut. Alfalfa and Adzuki are enriched with Vitamins A, B, C, E and K. They also include essential minerals like manganese and magnesium, essential in running the body’s processes. Black lentils and Moth are rich in minerals like copper, zinc and also in protein. 

So what does all of this mean for the body? Well, The mix promotes kidney health, heart health and improved digestion. This is because of its high protein, amino acid and calcium content. The various amino acids, proteins, phosphorus and chlorophyll also help reduce inflammation and the risk of chronic illnesses that can be caused due to inadequate diets. The proteins present in the mix help in muscle building, and it is also excellent for preventing neural tube disorders. The mix also helps lower blood pressure, ease headaches, and strengthen bones and teeth. 

All in all, it is the perfect solution to a teenager’s dietary needs. Eating the sprout mix is likely to take care of whatever nutrition the body lacks and help the kids take one thing off their backs. They can redirect the energy gained onto their daily lives and focus on giving their best at school, during extra-curricular activities, or when hanging out with their friends. So, go about your fun, albeit stressful, days with a healthy glint in your eyes and nutritiously full tummies!

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