Execution – 4 minutes
While warming up, prepare fruits, Latte, tea
- Mainly cultivated in Russian, Kazakhstan, China, Central and Eastern Europe.
- Pseudo grain or pseudocereal and is gluten free.
- High in mineral and antioxidant, considerably higher than many other grains.
- Cleans the colon – fiber our body cannot digest cleans the colon.
- Complete sources of protein containing all eight essential amino acids.
- Produces collagen and alkalizes the body – rutin plant pigment.
- Rich in lecithin, making it a wonderful cholesterol balancer.
- High in iron so it is a good blood builder.
- Prevents osteoporosis because of its high boron and calcium levels.
- Quinoa has been cultivated for about 5000 years and is indigenous to the Andean region of South America, specifically Bolivia, Ecuador, Chile, and Peru.
- Undergo processing to remove natural saponins, a bitter-tasting chemical compound coating the exterior that acts as a natural pesticide.
- Technically a seed, Quinoa is classified as a whole grain and is gluten free
- Good source of plant protein and fiber.
- Relatively low glycemic
- Contains more fiber than brown rice and yellow corn
- Insoluble fiber may be fermented in your gut, like soluble fibers, feeding your friendly bacteria and promoting better overall health
- Resistant starch, which feeds the beneficial bacteria in your gut
Styrian Pumpkin seeds – Real Raw Food
- Biologically valuable fatty acids: Omega 3 (polyunsaturated fatty acid)
- Omega 6 (unsaturated fatty acid)
- Essential amino acid: Tryptophanwhich the body needs to synthesize proteins.
Vitamins: Vitamin A, B1, B2, B3, B6, C, D, E
Minerals: phosphorus, potassium, calcium, magnesium, iron, copper, manganese, selenium and zinc
- Certified Organic, Kosher, and Gluten-Free Oats from Canada..- RRF
- These are also called Naked Oats and grow without hulls, so they aren’t damaged or killed by de-hulling.- RRF
- a very good source of fiber, especially beta glucan, and are high in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.
- oats are the only food source of avenanthramides, a unique group of antioxidants believed to protect against heart disease.
- lowering blood sugar and cholesterol levels
- offer more soluble fiber than other grains, leading to slower digestion, increased fullness, and appetite suppression.
- a good source of quality protein
- high amounts of manganese, phosphorus, copper, B Vitamins, iron, selenium, magnesium and zinc.
- Only dietary source of powerful antioxidants called avenathramides.
- Oats are known to be a healthy food for the heart due mainly to their high beta-glucan content. In addition, they contain more than 20 unique polyphenols, avenanthramides, which have shown strong antioxidant activity in vitro and in vivo. The polyphenols of oats have also recently been shown to exhibit anti-inflammatory, antiproliferative, and anti-itching activity, which may provide additional protection against coronary heart disease, colon cancer, and skin irritation. – NIH Pub Med
Chia Seeds – Healtline
- Chia seeds may be small, but they’re incredibly rich in nutrients. A staple in the ancient Aztec and Maya diets, these seeds have been touted for their health benefits for centuries.
- promote heart health, support strong bones, and improve blood sugar management
- excellent source of antioxidants
- fiber and protein in chia seeds may benefit those trying to lose weight
- high in fiber and omega-3s, consuming them may reduce your risk of heart disease.
high in several nutrients that are important for bone health; calcium, phosphorus, magnesium
- help with blood sugar regulation, possibly due to their fiber content and other beneficial compounds.