> I made a mistake to use the word alchemy. What exactly causes
> the increase of minerals is not clear to me either.
> Unfortunately I do not have any further details on the tests...
Alchemy may be the proper term! Posting this stuff without checking the
details misleads people.
> I have an analysis of a German laboratory of sprouted wheat
> (I think 3-4 days). I also looked up the figures from the USDA
> FNIC on wheatgrains, which give the data of 6 different wheats...
This mineral increase claim is probably spurious information generated by
cobbling together data from diverse sources, just like the supposed changes
in mineral content of produce across years and production systems.
Research to study mineral content of sprouted vs unsprouted seeds would be
easy and cheap, but it has to be done with local controls to avoid all kinds
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