Bird Sprouts: Sprouting for Parrots
Seed sprouting is a fantastic way to improve nutrition in your parrot's diet. Sprouted seeds are actually live food. A sprout isn’t part of a plant—it is the plant. Healthy fresh sprouts are full of antioxidants and nutrients that stimulate self-healing. Sprouts supply your parrot with super charged nourishment that isn't available in seeds or most pellets. Sprouts containmany trace minerals, vitamins, and enzymes necessary for tissue repair and digestive health.
If you've been putting off making sprouts for your parrot because of fears that it is a time consuming, rigorous process requiring lots of jars and you worry about contanimation, think again.
Wth the Easy Sprout
™ there is no need to use jars or worry about contamination when the directions are followed. Rinsing is easy and it's an amazingly fast, efficient and convenient way to produce and store sprouted seeds, beans, grains & nuts. The Easy Sprout turns dry seeds into tiny dynamos of energy, rich in enzymes, anti-oxidant vitamins, minerals and other important nutrients.
If you are new to sprouting, read The Complete Guide For Successful Sprouting for Parrots
, a research based, comprehensive guide regarding the benefits of sprouting and how to sprout for parrots. Packed full of information on how to begin sprouting for both you and your parrot, this guide will provide you with essential background information so that you can confidently begin sprouting.
Generally, sprouts will grow without risk of fungal contamination when ordinary safe food handling measures are used. Never the less, to be on the safe side, Grapefruit Seed Extract - GSE - can be used to prevent fungal contamination. Use one tablespoon of GSE per gallon of pure water to soak seeds in. Or, soak sprouts briefly in a GSE solution and drain prior to use.