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Healthy Sprouted Grain Pasta

Updated on April 8, 2011

Looking for a healthy alternative to pasta? If you love pasta but stay away from it in favor of healthier choices, you'll be excited to discover Ezekiel 4:9 Sprouted Grain Pasta from Food for Life. With this product, you can enjoy healthy pasta meals that are low in calories and carbohydrates any day of the week.

Benefits of Sprouted Grain

Sprouted grains are believed to provide even more health benefits than whole grains. According to Gary Torres, one of the principals of Food for Life, "Sprouted grains are a very advanced whole grain. They have so many health benefits it's almost overwhelming."

Sprouted grains are credited with providing all the benefits of whole grain, as well as additional health and weight control benefits. Consumption of sprouted grains is believed to reduce individual's risks of developing heart disease, experiencing strikes, and contacting type diabetes (type two).

Eating products made with sprouted grains is also are believed to aid in weight reduction, for a few reasons. In addition to the dietary benefits of consuming low glycemic foods, it's a fact that sprouted grain past is heavier than regular pasta, which has the positive side effect of making it easier to eat less, because you feel full faster.

Nutritional Information

Ezekiel 4:9 Sprouted Grain Pasta is rich in protein and fiber. It has also been certified as a low glycemic food product, which means that it has only a negligible impact on blood sugar. Food for Life's sprouted grain pastas are also kosher and certified organic.

Per serving, Ezekiel 4:9 Sprouted Grain Pasta has 9 grams of protein, 7 grams of fiber, and 39 grams of carbohydrate.

Cooking Sprouted Grain Pasta

You can find Food for Life's Ezekiel 4:9 Sprouted Grain Pastas in health food stores and supermarkets throughout the United States. You can choose among several types of pasta, including fettuccini, linguine, penne, and spaghetti.

When you prepare sprouted grain pasta, you'll be pleased to discover that you can have dinner on the table faster than ever before. That's because sprouted grain pasta is ready 50 percent faster than regular semolina or whole grain pasta.

About Food for Life

Food for Life has long been a leader in the natural foods market. The company pioneered sprouted grain breads, long before the benefits of whole grain consumption were known. Food for Life has been producing products made with sprouted grains for more than sixty years. Food for Life has now become the first organization to bring sprouted grain pasta to market.


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