Nutritions

Components
Per 100g
Caloric
365 kcal
Protein
14,6 g
carbohydrates
56,8 g
Fats
8,8 g
Fiber
12,5 g
Vitamin A (mg/kg)
0.3
Vitamin E (mg/kg)
1.1
Vitamin B1 (mg/kg)
0.8
Vitamin B2 (mg/kg)
0.19
Vitamin B6 (mg/kg)
1.1
K
214 mg
Mg
308 mg
Fe
9 mg
Zn
3,7 mg
Physical report
Result
Purity
99.95
Humidity
>10%

Benefits

  • Amaranth is rich in B vitamins and minerals. Calcium, magnesium and iron in it most of all crops in the world, and potassium revered takes 2nd place.
  • Affects useful in processes of concentration and mental activity, struggles with migraines and chronic headaches.
  • 20% amaranth is unsaturated fatty acid, which is extremely beneficial for the body.
  • Accommodates twice more fiber than wheat.
  • It has 15% more protein than other grains pleasing that grows in Europe, especially not interchangeable amino acids lysine, tryptophan, tsystin.
  • Free from gluten. So feel free to be used by people who are allergic to gluten vegetable protein contained in wheat, life, and other grains.
  • Because of its ability to easily absorbance – especially useful for young children and youth.
Usage

Culinary use

  • When it comes to baking Amaranth flour are not interchangeable for gluten-free baked goods.
  • Grain amaranth can be used simply sprinkling their daily meals, fresh salads, vegetable side dishes, muesli.
Historical Information

Incas and Aztecs long considered sacred amaranth. They piously believed that amaranth is a source of great strength. And with the arrival of the Spanish conquerors was banned cultivation and cultivation of this plant, it is in order to rid the force of the local population

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