The Sprout Lady: Susan Smith Jones, Phd Endorses Handy Pantry

Susan Smith Jones, Ph.D., Recommends Handy Pantry Sprouting

I will always be grateful to my grandmother for teaching me how to grow sprouts when I was a teenager. Ever since, it’s been my passion and joy to grow and harvest fresh sprouts a couple times weekly. During any week, you will find a variety of sprouts growing in the corner of my kitchen that I consume and also share with family, friends, and clients.

I always get my organic sprouting seeds and sprouting supplies from Handy Pantry — the premier sprouting company in the United States. If you are new to sprouting, I recommend their 3-Jar Super Sampler Seed Sprouting Jar Kit or their Basic Sprout Growing Kit. Also, their Deluxe Sprout Kit makes a fantastic gift for someone who is keen on sprouting.

You can’t go wrong with any of the Handy Pantry’s organic sprouting seeds. My favorites include the following: Red Clover, Broccoli, Sunflower, Alfalfa, Red Lentil, Fenugreek, Green Peas, Mung Beans, 3-Part Salad Sprouts Mix (Alfalfa, Broccoli & Radish), 5-Part Salad Sprout Mix (Mung, Lentil, Alfalfa, Broccoli & Radish), Bean Salad Sprouts Mix (Adzuki, Mung, Green Lentil & Radish), and Protein Powerhouse Mix (Adzuki, Garbanzo, Mung & Green Peas).

We highly recommend Microgreens Kits, Seeds & Growing Supplies, as well as Herb Growing Kits. Your entire family, including the kids, will love participating in growing sprouts, herbs, and greens. You can’t go wrong with any of these healthy foods, and you will see your health soar when you start growing these delicious, nutritious foods in your kitchen.

Biography — Susan Smith Jones, Ph.D.

For a woman with three of America’s most ordinary names, Susan Smith Jones, MS, Ph.D., has certainly made extraordinary contributions in the fields of holistic health, anti-aging, optimum nutrition, and balanced living. For starters, she taught students, staff, and faculty at UCLA on how to be healthy and fit for 30 years! Susan is the founder and president of Health Unlimited, a Los Angeles-based consulting firm dedicated to healthy living and human potential. Susan travels internationally as a motivational speaker and frequent radio/TV talk show guest. She’s also the author of over 2,000 magazine articles and 27 books, including her latest titles Walking on Air, The Joy Factor, The Healing Power of NatureFoods, Health Bliss, Be Healthy~Stay Balanced, Vegetable Soup/The Fruit Bowl (for children ages 1-9), and a full-color recipe book entitled Recipes for Health Bliss.

Susan is in a unique position to testify on the efficacy of her basic message that health is the result of choice. When her back was fractured in an automobile accident, her physician told her that she would never be able to carry “anything heavier than a small purse.” Susan chose not to accept this verdict; within six months, there was no longer any pain or evidence of the fracture. Soon, she fully regained her health and active lifestyle. Susan attributes her healing to her natural-foods diet, raw foods and sprouts, the power of Spirit, faith, determination, living a balanced life, and a deep commitment to expressing her highest potential. Since that time, she has been constantly active in spreading the message that anyone can choose radiant health and rejuvenation. Her inspiring message and innovative techniques for achieving total health in body, mind and spirit have won her a grateful and enthusiastic following and have put her in constant demand internationally as a wellness consultant and motivational speaker. A gifted teacher, Susan brings together modern research and ageless wisdom in all of her work.

For over 30 years, Susan has also been a culinary instructor with a passion for teaching others how to optimize their diet using natural, organic foods and sprouts. Her grandmother taught her how to grow sprouts when she was a teenager, and Susan has been honoring this healthful practice ever since. Any day you’ll find a variety of sprouts and micro-greens growing in her kitchen.

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