Naturally Yours Quinoa 500G.Quinoa is the most nutritious of all grains and is similar in size and texture of rice
Quinoa is the most nutritious of all grains and is similar in size and texture of rice. The grains are rich in protein vitamins and minerals with an excellent balance of amino acids which are essential for the development of tissues in the human body and contains almost twice as much fiber as most other grains. Quinoa contains Lysine which is essential for tissue growth and repair is rich in magnesium which helps to relax blood vessels energy production and the formation of healthy bones and teeth and high in Riboflavin B2 which improves energy metabolism within brain and muscle cells and has a high content of manganese which are antioxidants. It contains all essential minerals and Iron which helps keep our red blood cells healthy and is the basis of hemoglobin formation and also Iron carries oxygen from one cell to another and supplies oxygen to our muscles. From the plains of South Central India hails an Exquisite strain of Organic Quinoa the mother of all Grains that is crunchier and tastier than all the others. With its subtle aroma and rich profile this variant is increasingly becoming a hot international favorite. Aptly bearing the nomenclature of Quinoa Exotica it offers great nutritional value and a delightful culinary experience.
Even though there is at present no study that looks at the effects of Quinoa on body weight, it seems that it can be a useful part of healthy weight loss diet. Summary Quinoa is high in fiber, protein and has low glycemic index. These qualities have been linked to all weight loss and better health.
Q: Can I eat raw Quinoa?addremove
Yes, Quinoa can be eaten raw or uncooked if it is soaked before and sprouts, but some experts recommend that quinoa should always be cooked, raw sprouts should not be consumed as. It is equally nutritious in sprouted form, but cooking can be a safer, more versatile way for your diet to be included
Q: How can I cook quinoa?addremove
Clean the quinoa under cold running water to remove its bitter flavour. Tip in a pan and add double the amount of salted water. Place it on medium heat and bring to the boil Reduce to a simmer for 10 to 15 minutes, or until tender and the liquid is absorbed.
Q: Is quinoa good for health?addremove
Quinoa is the most popular healthy food in the world. Quinoa is gluten-free, high in protein and is one of the few plant foods in which all nine essential amino acids are present. It is also high in magnesium, fiber, iron, calcium, potassium, phosphorus, vitamin E & B, and various beneficial antioxidants.
Q: What are the benefits of eating Quinoa?addremove
There are lots of benefits of eating Quinoa like it reduces the risk of cardiovascular diseases, helps to prevent gallstones, strengthens digestive process, aids in reducing risk of osteoporosis, helps to regulate blood glucose and blood cholesterol levels, and helps to reduce excess intake of food, Etc.
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