The Next Level of Whole Grains. The Original Ezekiel 4:9®. Bursting with Nutrients. Kosher. USDA Organic. Low Glycemic. Complete Protein Pasta. Diabetic Friendly. High Fiber. 100% Whole Grain. Cooks in 4 ½ mins! Taking Whole Grains to a Whole New Level. Whole grains are great. Sprouted grains are even better. That's because sprouting is the only way to release all of the vital nutrients in whole grains. . Ezekiel 4:9® Sprouted Grain Pasta is high in protein & fiber low in carbohydrates and contains no sugar. Unlike other pastas ours is a naturally low glycemic food making it ideal for diabetics and anybody wishing to maintain a healthy weight. . What is sprouting? More than 60 years ago Food For Life developed an exclusive process whereby we optimize nutrition by first germinating organic grains in pure filtered water. This activated beneficial enzymes which causes sprouting and releases nutrients that would otherwise lay dormant. The result is a unique and delicious pasta that is literally bursting with nutrients. . Inspired by the Holy Scripture verse Ezekiel 4:9 we discovered that when these six grains and legumes are sprouted and combined a wonderful thing happens: a complete protein is created that approximates the high levels found in protein sources such as milk and eggs. . So thanks to sprouting Food For Life is the only pasta with all of these nutritional advantages. Here's one more benefit you'll love: it cooks in half the time as regular pasta. Enjoy!
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Review 1 for Food For Life Ezekiel 4:9® Sprouted Grain Pasta Elbow -- 16 oz
Works for us!
February 24, 2014
"This is a pasta I can feed my family without any worry. Sprouted grains, non-GMO and organic. I have a four year old son who is in the pasta phase and eats little else. No worries here since I know he's getting the protein he needs and I'm feeding him a pasta that has nutritional value vs. processed flour. Once you get used to cooking it property and the difference in texture you're good to go!"