The Quinoa is a bush, it’s seeds are eaten and there are in many
white, red, black as well as blue. The red and gold quinoa are
nutritionally the same. The Red makes for a very beautiful show.
The Quinoa had great nutritional importance to pre-Kolombioys
cultures of the Andes. It was the second major food after potato
and followed by the corn.
Today is highly appreciated for its nutritional value and United
Nations have it classify as a super-food for high protein (13%).
Unlike wheat or rice which are low in lysine, quinoa contains
a balanced set of essential amino acids for humans, making the
unusually complete foodstuff.
This means that you need less quinoa protein than wheat protein for
Although in practice it is a seed, quinoa is considered complete
cereal and a good source of fiber. The quinoa Additionally contains
Omega 3 fatty acids, which do not harm the heart. It is also good
source of phosphorus and has a lot of magnesium and iron. It has no
gluten and digested easily.
Ingredients: 33% red quinoa*, 34% white quinoa*, 33% black quinoa*.