It has been known for centuries, by people in the healing arts, that eating unprocessed, living foods that are natural to an animal’s or human’s diet, are by far the most nutritional and healing food source that God created!
Please understand that, for most people, the feeding of LivingGreens™ is an entirely new model and standard of quality in the animal feed and livestock business. Nutritional comparisons between LivingGreens™ and dead dry matter are new to the industry. All Season Greens has recently completed extensive nutritional analysis of our LivingGreens™ which determined that they are a Supreme grade of feed and could even be used as a high protein supplement. ASG’s Product Specialist, including our staff veterinarian, Dr. Mike Andrews, can be contacted to answer your questions regarding this matter.
To help you understand the basics of living nutrition, ASG’s hydroponically grown greens are a fully hydrated, enzyme rich and easily digestible food source; these factors elevate absorption rates of nutrients in an animal’s digestive tract. Therefore, combining the LivingGreens™ high protein content with its elevated absorption of available nutrients, LivingGreens™ can have up to 3 times the nutritional value of dead or dry matter feed, such as hay or grains of comparable protein content.
LivingGreens™ are naturally a fully hydrated and enzyme rich food source containing the full spectrum of amino acids. Compared to dead matter feed, LivingGreens™ have a greatly increased vitamin & mineral content which optimizes pH in animal digestive systems and blood. Furthermore, the need for the supplementation of many minerals is eliminated as the group of chemicals known as phytates or phytic acids (which are found in most dead matter grains and bind to calcium, magnesium, iron, and zinc, preventing their absorption) are eliminated during ASG’s sprouting process. This means that these important co-factors of optimal biochemistry are readily available for absorption from LivingGreens™. They also provide: immune supporting and disease preventing phyto-nutrients (many of which have yet to be discovered by science), antioxidant support from Vitamins A, C & E and a rich source of chlorophyll. With the root mass, seeds and greens all being consumed, concerns such as those related to elevated sugars in “first growth” pasture grass, are eliminated.