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Quinoa Seeds

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  • ✅ Excellent source of plant-based protein
  • ✅ Contains all the essential amino acids
  • ✅ Good source of fiber
  • ✅ Gluten free, vegan and vegetarian
  • ✅ Contains vitamins A, B and E
  • ✅ Contains minerals like iron, magnesium, and manganese

Weight = 200 grams


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Nutrients Per 100 g Per serving (1 g)
IRON 1.49 mg 0.0149 mg
PROTIEN 4.4 g 0.044 g
CARBS 21.3 g 0.213 g
SUGAR 0.9 g 0.009 g
FIBER 2.8 g 0.028 g
FAT 1.9 g 0.019 g
SODIUM 7 mg 0.07 mg
CALCIUM 17 mg 0.17 mg
POTASSIUM 172 mg 1.72 mg

Quinoa (KEEN-wah) is one of many ancient grains that have suddenly become popular in the last few years. But it’s not actually a grain – it’s a seed that’s related to spinach and Swiss chard. It was originally domesticated by pre-Inca cultures who lived in the Andes Mountains of South America.

Quinoa is a gluten-free grain that has been labeled one of the “superfoods” by various nutritional experts. It is extremely high in protein (about 16 percent), and contains almost twice as much fiber as most other grains. Quinoa’s protein is also very complete, meaning it contains all nine essential amino acids your body needs, which makes it an excellent source of vegan protein. Quinoa is so nutritious that the United Nations declared 2013 to be “The International Year of Quinoa.”

Quinoa is gluten free grain listed as super foods by world food organization

Gluten is a type of protein found in wheat that can cause many problems for people with gluten intolerance or celiac disease. Quinoa is completely gluten-free and safe to consume for people with gluten allergies or celiac disease. It can also be a good option for those trying to avoid wheat or going on a gluten-free diet. Quinoa is a pseudocereal that is high in protein and contains balanced set of essential amino acids for humans. Quinoa has a relatively high protein content of 14% to 18%, which is very high compared to other cereals and higher than many other grains.

Best for weight loss, low in glycemic index, best for sugar and blood pressure.

Replacing higher-calorie foods with quinoa can help you create low-calorie meals without feeling deprived. Plus the protein and fiber will help keep you feeling full longer so you eat less overall. The glycemic index is a number that indicates how food affects blood sugar. Foods with a high glycemic index are digested quickly, which can cause a rapid rise (and then fall) in blood sugar levels. Foods with low glycemic scores include beans, lentils, chickpeas, and whole grains like 100 percent whole wheat bread or pasta. These foods have a low GI score and are great for people with diabetes because they help prevent blood sugar spikes. Quinoa is naturally low in sodium, which makes it great for people looking to reduce their salt intake for health reasons. Its soluble fiber also helps lower cholesterol levels, which benefits heart health too.

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Weight 200 g

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  1. Sameena But

    I have used it. Received as expected. Great.

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