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Quinoa White
Quinoa White

Available packages:

70g    150g    1kg




Nutritional facts per 100g:




Fat
6g



7%



Protein
14g



19%



Carbs
64g



23%



Kcal
368



18%







* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 Calories diet.




Store in a cool and dry place under -5Co and +20Co



Price kg   lei


Quinoa is one of the worlds most popular health foods.

Quinoa is gluten-free, high in protein and one of the few plant foods that contain all the essential amino acids. It is also high in fiber, magnesium, B-vitamins, iron, potassium, calcium, phosphorus, vitamin E and various beneficial antioxidants.

Quinoa is non-GMO, gluten-free and usually grown organically. Even though technically not a grain, it still counts as a whole grain food. NASA scientists have been looking at it as a suitable crop to be grown in outer space, mostly based on its high nutrient content, ease of use and how easy it is to grow. The year 2013 was actually called The International Year of Quinoa - by the United Nations (UN), based on its high nutrient value and potential to contribute to food security worldwide.

Contains All Amino Acids
One of the most impressive qualities of Quinoa is its protein make-up. Its not animal source of protein but boasts some pretty good numbers. The protein alone would be enough to eat it, but it contains all of the amino acids that your body needs to truly function at its best. There are supplements out there that you can buy to get all of those amino acids in one place, or you can start eating Quinoa daily to get them from a natural food source.

High in Fiber
The fiber content in Quinoa is what gets many people interested in eating it. If you have trouble thinking of ways to increase your fiber and have resorted to buying and eating fiber bars or fiber fortified cereals to get the job done, you might be better off getting a supply of Quinoa. It contains a fifth of how much fiber you need each day in every one cup serving. Thats pretty impressive considering that most Quinoa recipes are filled with other foods like black beans that have a good amount of fiber so you can get a substantial portion of your fiber needs met in one meal.

High in Iron
For those that have trouble keeping up with their iron needs, Quinoa can be a big help with that, and it also is a tastier option than taking an iron supplement. In just a one cup serving youre getting 15% of how much iron you need each day. Thats a good boost to your system and can assist with any deficiencies. Getting enough iron is good for your brain and your muscles, and having the right amount will prevent anemia.

High in Magnesium
Magnesium doesnt get as much attention as some other vitamins and minerals do, but its still an important mineral that your body needs in order to help prevent things like osteoporosis and heart disease, while helping to balance blood pressure and helping with diabetes. You can get one third of your RDA of magnesium from just one full serving of Quinoa.

High in Riboflavin
Riboflavin is also known as Vitamin B2, part of the family of B Vitamins and responsible for providing much needed antioxidants to assist the body with a number of functions. It also helps with enzyme performance and oxygen delivery throughout the entire body. Its a pretty important vitamin.

Rich in Manganese
Manganese is something you definitely dont want to go without for any stretch of time, and with Quinoa you wont have to because it provides almost half of what you need in just one serving. The symptoms of being low on manganese include having high blood pressure levels, high cholesterol levels, neurological problems, hearing impairments, and more. The number one cause of running a manganese deficiency is not eating enough foods that are rich in it. Thats why making Quinoa a part of your lifestyle is a good idea.

Contains Lysine
One special amino acid that Quinoa contains is called Lysine. Lysine is usually found in sports supplements by those trying to add lean muscle to their body. Its been said to also help strengthen the immune system, so Quinoa is great to eat during those months when everyone seems to be getting sick. Its also been proven to help raise serotonin levels, which is a way to help you feel more relaxed and get into a calm state. Instead of using a supplement to get it, you can simply start eating more Quinoa.

Supports a Gluten-Free Diet
When youve gone gluten free either for medical reasons or for dietary ones, youll quickly find out that while there may be more GF options than there were a decade ago, there is still a lot of room for more products. In the meantime you can stay gluten-free by using Quinoa. Its not a grain, its a seed, and it doesnt contain any wheat or gluten in it, so you can feel free to enjoy it in loads of different Quinoa recipes without worrying if its going to upset your system.






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