Introducing Our pineapple drink with Quinoa Light!!!

Now in the local market you can find our new drink of pineapple with Quinoa Light !!!

Pineapple  Quinua Light

This product is developed not only with the need to hydrate and consume a fruit drink, but we achieved with the combination of fruit and our golden bean, a rich, healthy and nutritious for all consumers and sweetened with Stevia balance.

Its properties Pineapple are some:

It is rich in carbohydrates, as they are slowly absorbed gives us energy for longer.

Pineapple contains minerals like iron, magnesium, iodine, zinc and manganese.

It has vitamins A, B and C group, making the pineapple an excellent source of antioxidants that fight free radicals and slow aging.

Up to 85% of the pineapple is water, that means that you satisfied, will keep well hydrated and provides very few calories (about 55 per 100 grams).

This fruit helps to eliminate or burn fat, being highly recommended and beneficial for people with cellulite, overweight or obese.

Pineapple has anti-inflammatory properties, which is very beneficial in cases of arthritis or gout.

Its fiber helps cleanse the body and to regularly go to the bathroom, so help us prevent constipation.

A mineral that has pineapple, potassium, facilitates the removal of liquids by its diuretic effect and prevents edema. Moreover and purifies and detoxifies the body.

Pineapple strengthens our immune system so that it can respond appropriately to attacks by pathogens.

If you suffer from anemia or want to avoid it, the pineapple is a fruit that enhances the absorption of iron, include it in your diet.

Exerts an anticoagulant effect in the blood, helping fluidificarla and prevent clots, so people with poor blood circulation would benefit by eating pineapple.

If you’re dieting or want to watch your weight, pineapple or pineapple is an excellent companion for their satiating quality, to remove fluid and debug providing few calories.

The pineapple is highly recommended as a diuretic, to combat colds, rheumatism or hypertension.

It promotes healing and wound healing.

Some properties of quinoa:

f we compare the quinoa with most cereals, it contains many more proteins and fats, although the latter are mostly unsaturated, highlighting the presence of omega 6 and omega 3.

We must also emphasize its high fiber intake because it can reach 15 grams per 100 grams, being mostly insoluble fiber such as typically have seeds.

If we refer to the micronutrients, quinoa highlights the content of potassium, magnesium, calcium, phosphorus, iron and zinc from minerals, while also offering B vitamins in appreciable quantities yvitamina E with antioxidant function.

Quinoa power used as a cereal, is especially beneficial in the diet of people with celiac disease, because it contains no gluten.

Also, because they are high in fiber and protein intake increased for cereals, quinoa has a low glycemic index, which makes it ideal for people with diabetes who want to lose weight or eating healthy.

It is also of great help to control blood cholesterol levels, since their fiber and unsaturated lipids favoring the lipid profile in the organism.

For this and many other reasons our drink of pineapple with Quinoa not only refreshes, but nourishes and helps the body to take vitamins and proteins necessary for good nutrition.

Welcome to the family INKA MILLENNIUM !!!

 

 

Source: ecoagricultor.com, Vitonica.com

Quinoa tortillas

Let’s start the week with a quick and easy dish to prepare, but especially nutritious recipe here that are sure to like.

 

Quinoa Tortillas

In this post I teach them how to prepare quinoa tortillas rich in protein, gluten-free, golden brown, finite and with an aroma of roasted garlic and cilantro love.

Super easy to do, go ahead and try them.

Ingredients:

1 cup quinoa
3-4 tablespoons of cassava flour
1 1/2 teaspoon salt
4 cloves garlic, minced or grated
Cilantro and parsley to aromatize

Preparation:

Thoroughly wash the quinoa and let it soak for 1 day, discarding the water up to 3 times, so neutralizaremos phytic acid. Then put in a pot (where you usually make rice) 1 cup quinoa with 2 cups of water over high heat, leading to boil, then lower the heat and let the grain is soft and dry the water. When ready, let cool and mix in a bowl with cassava flour, salt, garlic and herbs to form a “paste” and can do a consistent ball; let stand 10 minutes, covered with a cloth napkin style of grandmothers.

Then you take a “prensamasa” and cover with plastic wrap or reuses a plastic bag to do but have prensamasa, you can use 2 plates, make balls with the “mass of quinoa” and flatten or prénsalas until 2mm thick. Take them to fire on a nonstick, over high heat, turn and turn until golden and ready.

They are delicious with avocado, beans, to accompany a salad or use as pizza dough. In this case it replaces the parsley and cilantro by oregano and basil.

Source: Images and texts saschafitness.com

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