Your exercise sounds quite good, especially if you can increase the strength training and maybe acquire heavier weights - one has to challenge the muscles somewhat!
Yes, sprouted food is good: it helps with digestion amongst other benefits, as it is rich in enzymes. Its nutrients area also concentrated and assimilated very easily. The bonus is that mung bean sprouts are low in calories (only a fraction of the mung beans because of the high water content), yet high in protein and fiber. Much lower in carbohydrates too than the unsprouted form.
I eat Alfalfa sprouts every morning too (my favourite sprouts) with my breakfast. I mix it with chopped egg-whites,handful of fresh parsley and fresh cilantro and a bit of soy sauce or fish sauce.View Thread
You could ask this question on the Fitness and Exercise board, where there is a very good and responsive expert who will reply.
In my opinion, it is almost impossible to say exactly how many calories you burn. It depends on a multitude of factors, from the equipment you use, the intensity with which you exercise, your form when you exercise, your body fat percentage, your body's own biochemical processes, your metabolism, the temperature in your environment, etc etc.
It is easier to keep track of your food intake than what you burn. I like to keep it simple - e.g. pick a calorie level, say 1600 if you're male or 1200 if you're female and stick to that. Exercise as much as you can anyway. At that calorie level you can get all the nutrition you need if you eat well, while losing weight. Extra weight lost during exercise will be a bonus.View Thread