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About Quinoa Seeds

About quinoa seedsThis a a page about quinoa seeds, so let's go.

Quinoa plant comes from the West coast of South America, where it is the basic source of food to the people who live in the Andes mountains. In addition to corn, it has been very important food for the Incas.

Many think that quinoa is one type of grain, but it's not true. Quinoa is a seed from one plant that belongs to the same family as spinach, Given the fact that it can be prepared in the same way as cereals, belongs to the pseudo grains. There are even more than 100 types of quinoa. The color of the seed is different and varies from light yellow, through red, to dark brown.

Nutritional value of quinoa is similar to cereals, which means that it is an excellent source of carbohydrates. However, quinoa seeds contains higher levels of proteins. The total amount of proteins in quinoa seeds varies depending on the variety, with a range from 10.5% to 17.0%. On the other side, has 368 calories per 100 grams.

QuinoaQuinoa is a very well balanced food, so it's a complete meal. It is well known by astronauts, that is why they carry this seed into space.

Quinoa stimulates the production of neurons in the brain and reduces the risk of hypertension. How much quinoa is similar to cereals, so much is similar to and legumes. It is a good source of fiber, magnesium and potassium.

More specifically, quinoa contains:

- Monounsaturated fats, good for heart, such as oleic acid and omega 3 fatty acids.
- Antioxidants called flavonoids.
- Essential minerals including manganese, magezijum, iron, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, zinc, copper and selenium.
- Vitamins B1, B2, B3, B6, B9, E.
- Healthy fibers.

Quinoa is already classified in the circle of the most valuable foods on the planet and it is especially useful for vegetarians and athletes. It is prepared very simply, in the same way as all of the gluten-free cereals.

The only drawback about quinoa seeds may be the price, because we have to admit that it's not cheap.






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