Cathy Nesbitt is best-known as Bradford's "Worm Lady."
Her home-grown business, Cathy's Crawly Composters, sells vermicomposting
kits, that use red wiggler worms to turn organic waste into gardeners'
But she is also "The Sprouter Lady" - selling Super
Simple Sprouters that can be used at home to germinate safe, nutritious
and delicious sprouts.
"Sprouts are superfood," Nesbitt says. "They contain
vitamins, minerals, protein fibre. Sprouts are hydrating, alkalizing,
regenerative, biogenic, as well as a digestive enzyme."
She's been "sprouting" for 12 years and, she says,
she is living proof of the positive power of sprouts. "I
am high energy, have no health issues, take no prescription drugs
Nesbitt was the Mentor in Motion at the January 30 meeting of
Bradford's W.I.N.G.S. and HEROS, providing an update on the joys
of simple sprouting - and samples of sprouted chick peas, mung
beans and lentils.
W.I.N.G.S. (Women in NetWeaving Growing Strong) meets at Don
Cherry's Sports Grill in Bradford at noon on the last Thursday
of each month. W.I.N.G.S. provides an opportunity for women entrepreneurs
and business owners to get together, and share business mentoring
and life skills in a supportive atmosphere. They are joined by
HEROS, trusted and ethical male business entrepreneurs, who share
their goals and interests.
For more information, contact Bradford founder and Director,
Diane McGee at firstname.lastname@example.org
Cost is $5 per meeting; members provide their own lunches. Guests
are welcome to attend, see what W.I.N.G.S. has to offer, and hear
guest speakers like Cathy Nesbitt.
For information on W.I.N.G.S. see www.wingsandheros.com.
For information on sprouting, see www.cathyssprouters.com
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