By providing 12% of the recommended daily value is a food that brings health benefits since it is known that fiber is “anti everything”.
Seed fats help prevent chronic diseases. It is a very good habit to include them in our diet.
Oatmeal is one of the most complete and healthy cereals.
It is an interesting food, with a very good nutritional profile, good content of amino acids, vitamins and minerals such as magnesium and healthy fats Omega 3 and especially Omega 6.
Nutritionally, traditional oatmeal is not only very complete but it outperforms other cereals, for its contribution of protein and healthy fats. It also contributes good amounts of vitamins and minerals.
Traditional Oatmeal is commonly used for cooking since it is raw oats, with it we can make countless healthy recipes to add to our daily lives such as oatmeal breads, healthy cupcakes, pancakes, etc.
Oats are known for having great protein and fiber intake. In terms of nutritional values, instant and traditional oats are almost identical, the difference between the two is the cooking. Instant oatmeal has a cooking process to be consumed directly as cereal with milk, yogurt or smoothies.
By mixing oats with seeds, we achieve a significant increase in fibers and proteins in addition to the vitamins that these contribute to our body. Our mix of seeds contains: Flax, Chia, Black Sesame and Sunflower Seeds. Among them, is remarkable the contribution of Omega 3 that flax seeds have, we can also say that they are a good source of vitamins E, A and B complex vitamins, as is the case with Chia seeds. With black sesame we highlight the high content of calcium and manganese that maintains healthy cartilage, bones and teeth and the sunflower seed is rich in vitamin E, a powerful antioxidant.
In 2013, the United Nations declared the International Year of Quinoa, placing it in a privileged space globally. Quinoa is considered a sacred grain by the native peoples of the Andes, for its unique nutritional characteristics.
Quinoa, due to its exceptional characteristics, is a safe component for a Gluten Free Diet, produces a feeling of fullness, is important for good digestion preventing constipation and has antioxidants that reduce disease risk factors.
Adding a portion of Chia or consuming an integral product with Chia, in three daily meals, improves digestion, provides satiety and generates health benefits.
Chia seeds contain antioxidants, proteins, vitamins, minerals and fiber. They have no taste or smell. It provides energy to those who consume them. They facilitate management, improve intestinal transit and have a satiating effect.
In ancient times, the consumption and knowledge of its important health benefits were so high, that at a certain time in Aztec and Maya history, Chia seed was used as a barter currency and payment of taxes.
Currently, Paraguay is the 5th producer of Chia and the 4th largest exporter worldwide.
Sesame seeds are a source of minerals, vitamins and proteins of great health importance.
They are simple to consume, and can be used in many recipes.
It is a food of great quality, energetic, mineralizing, muscle and nervous restorative, memory enhancer, and intellectual faculties. circulatory and laxative protector.
It is one of the foods with the highest calcium content. Its consumption contributes: magnesium, zinc, iron, potassium and phosphorus.
As for vitamins, it is a source of B vitamins, such as B1 B2 B3. High antioxidant power, thanks to some of its components and phenolic substances such as sesamol and samolinol.
Amaranth was recognized by FAO as a “pseudocereal” and located as “the food of the future”, since it has 16% more protein compared to traditional cereals.
It comes from a plant that can reach up to 3 meters high and is from the amaranthacea family that gathers around 800 species of amaranth whose characteristics change depending on the environment and region in which they occur.
It is of high caloric value, with an important contribution of carbohydrates and fibers. Its main component is starch, it represents between 50 and 60% of its dry weight and the small dimensions of its grains facilitate digestion.
Flax seeds are a small whole grain seed, loaded with beneficial nutrients.
You need 3 to 4 oz of grains every day.
According to the Flax Council of Canada, ground flax seeds offer more nutritional benefits than whole flax seeds. Grinding flax seeds opens them, and makes it easier to digest the octopus, so you can benefit from all the essential nutrients.
A diet rich in flaxseeds can reduce your risk of diabetes, and can help stabilize blood sugar if you have diabetes. It can also fight inflammations of your body.