On page 157 of your book, you mention that the problem kernel in wheat is destroyed in the sprouting process. Does sprouting render other foods beneficial, or at least "not harmful"? I am a Type B and am wondering about sprouted beans and lentils, as well as sprouted sunflower and pumpkin. ANSWER
Sprouting destroys wheat germ agglutinin, but other seed lectins are not always inactivated this way.
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