Living Food at it's Best!
DVD is Pal, All Regions
Isabell Shipard's long awaited sprout course.
2 DVD Set, Total Running Time 2:34'Learn from one of Australia's most knowledgeable authorities on all-things-sprouts.'
In September 2006 Isabell Shipard held a herb course and a sprout course, on the Sunshine Coast. The courses were so popular that two more courses had to be run to accommodate the number of people wishing to attend the courses. The second courses were video taped and edited into DVDs.
Isabell covers many topics such as:
* Many Wonderful Factors
* Essential Fatty Acids
* Nutrients In Sprouts
* Sprouting Methods
* Seed Varieties to Sprout
* Ways of Using Sprouts
* Flavours and Colours
* Herbs To Use With Sprouts
* Legume Family
* Troubleshooting Sprouts
* Storing Seeds
* Sprouts And Nutrition
* Questions & Answers
Sprouts are supreme food.
Sprouts are living food.
Find out how easy it is to grow many kinds of seeds to make nutrient rich sprouts.
Everyone can do it.
Isabell Shipard loves to inspire people to grow and use sprouts.
Isabell will show you how you can grow sprouts in your kitchen, which will be the freshest food you can eat.
Sprouts provide quality nutrients, and by weight, are an extremely rich source of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants; in fact, they have a much greater nutrient content than the original seed.
Sprouts help to alkalise the body, clear toxic wastes and enable the body to build a stronger immune system.
Sprouts have an abundance of living enzymes, which, researchers maintain, help to slow down the ageing process.
You will see how easy sprouts are to grow and the many ways of using sprouts in the daily diet.
This DVD, follows on, from Isabell s books: How can I use herbs in my daily life? and How can I grow and use sprouts as living food? which have become best sellers, and readers say that they use the books as constant references.
For 10 years, Isabell was a guest on ABC radio Coast FM for the popular segment, Herb of the Week; and she has shared information about sprouts and herbs at the Herb Farm, Nambour, Queensland for numerous TV programs, and as a speaker at expos, garden clubs and permaculture groups.
Pal is the Australian standard.
NTSC is the American standard.
Both Pal and NTSC will play on any computer that can play a standard DVD.
Also many new DVD players and TVs support both NTSC and PAL.
Please check to make sure that you are happy with the standard of this DVD before purchasing.
(We can not offer a refund where the DVDs are not supported by your system.)