Peruvian quinoa comes through the front door! the US

We have one of the best beans in the world, now recognized internationally, grains with very high nutritional value and is now recognized as the most complete food on the planet … Now after talks with US authorities our Quinoa entering that market with important recognition.
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Following a recent agreement between the US authorities and the Minister of Agriculture and Irrigation, Juan Manuel Benit was possible to include the Peruvian quinoa in the list of the 15 most important cereals exported to that country.

Although the measure will be implemented later this year and was taken in the context of the agreements reached with the health authorities in the United States, quinoa is already certified by the World Health Organization and the Academy of Sciences of the United States as the most complete and nutritious food.

With more than three thousand varieties, this grain has all the amino acids and is a source of vitamins, minerals, essential fats and fiber. It is a good food for children, seniors, athletes.

For its nutritional value, quinoa has 9 essential amino acids, making it a complete protein. It is rich in polyphenols -antioxidantes that protect against diseases-fiber, iron, zinc, selenium and vitamin E. Replaces the white or brown rice and quinoa will earn twice as much protein and iron.

With quinoa you get the same nutrition if consumed meat, no saturated fats. 9 essential amino acids containing become a complete protein.

One cup of quinoa has 8 grams of protein and 5 grams of fiber. Foods high in fiber is processed more slowly, keeping satisfied and energized longer.

Quinoa is consumed as a grain but a seed. It contains no gluten and has the protein found in many cereals-so it is ideal for celiac intestinal allergies or who have intolerance to this protein feed patients.

 

Source: washingtonhispanic.com

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