Brief

Introduction

to Quinoa

Quinoa (pronounced KEEN-wah) is a 7,000 year-old plant that originated in the mountainous region of South America. While it is commonly known as an “ancient grain,” quinoa is technically not a grain nor a cereal, but a seed that is gluten-free.

It is a rare plant food that is a complete protein source, containing all the 20 amino acids, including the 10 essential acids our body can't produce on its own.

Benefits 

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Aides in Weight Loss

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Rich in Anti-Oxidants

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Gluten-Free

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Keeps the Gut Healthy

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May Help Fight Cancer

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Strengthens Bone

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Supports a Healthy Heart

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Reduces Diabetes Risk

One serving of cooked Quinoa contains :

Cal - 178kcal

Protein - 9g

Fat - 0.17g

Carbs - 35g

Fiber - 3.3g

Sodium - 4.6mg

19%

18%

5%

13%

11%

7%

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Selenium 5.2 mcg (%RDI)

Vitamin B-6 0.2mg (%RDI)

Zinc 2mg (13%RDI)

Iron 0.45mg (%RDI)

Copper 0.4mg (%RDI)

Folate 77.7mcg (%RDI)

58%

Manganese 1.2mg (%RDI)

30%

Magnesium 118mg (%RDI)

28%

Phosphorous 281mg (%RDI)

13%

Thiamine 0.2mg (%RDI)

12%

Riboflavin 0.2mg (%RDI)

9%

Potassium 318mg (%RDI)

One serving is made from 50g uncooked quinoa

RDI - Recommended daily intake
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Quinoa Biryani

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