When it comes to selecting the best nutritional bargains, the super fruit raspberry with its fascinating nutritional value and an extensive array of health benefits presents a tough contest. Though native to Europe, the red colored delicious raspberries are enjoyed fresh, dried or frozen all over the world, all year round. These remarkably nutritious berries make for a tasty and healthy addition to porridge, fruit salads, custard, yoghurt, pancakes and cake toppings.
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Native grain to South America, quinoa (pronounced as keen-wah) with its high protein content, is rapidly gaining popularity all over the world. Quinoa being light, fluffy, slightly crunchy and flavorsome, cooks and tastes just like any grain. It is an excellent substitute for grains that are difficult to digest. Being a whole grain, it is highly nutritious and wholesome.
Quinoa – Mother Grain
Top six reasons to eat quinoa
1) It is a complete protein: Most plants provide incomplete protein, thus they need to be consumed in combination with other foods to make it a complete and a higher quality protein. Unlike other grains, quinoa provides us with nine essential amino acids. Our body needs these amino acids to build up tissues and perform vital functions. An alternative to milk, meat and eggs, quinoa is a delightful choice for vegetarians and vegans. Dull hair, brittle nails, loose skin, sluggishness are things of the past when you have your very own savior quinoa.
Tasty Quinoa bites with parmesan cheese
2) It is gluten-free: Those who are gluten intolerant could make quinoa their companion as it is an alternative to wheat, barley and oats. It can be a part of your meal if you are on a coeliac diet.
3) Pumps up your iron: quinoa is the richest source of Continue reading “Meet Quinoa – The latest health food on the block” »