Not all Quinoa is the Same
Just like diamonds are not all the same, not all quinoa is the same. Unlike other quinoa, O.A quinoa grows in the salt flats of Bolivia. The salinity and weather conditions in these area make O.A quinoa up to 33% bigger than other quinoa, tastier and of course, more nutritious!
Did you know the following Quinoa Facts?
Quinoa is one of the only cereals that is considered a “complete source of protein” because it includes all nine essential amino acids.
Quinoa is not only high in protein, but it is also low on calories and carbs! Quinoa also contains vital minerals, such as magnesium, iron, tryptophan, copper and phosphorous!
Quinoa is gluten free and rich in fiber and starch, which are ideal for digestion. In fact, quinoa has twice as much fiber as oatmeal!
Quinoa’s high magnesium content makes it the perfect food for good cardiovascular health, as magnesium is the mineral most responsible for relaxing blood vessels.
Nasa provided quinoa to its astronauts in space trips due to its exceptional nutritional contents
So quinoa’s high magnesium content relaxes the blood vessels, giving you a good cardiovascular health…but did you know that this also helps fight against those annoying migraines?
Quinoa contains high levels of micronutrients that are related to muscle growth. Quinoa not only helps maintain your existing muscles, but also helps build more muscle.
There’s more? Yes! After exercising, quinoa’s potassium content helps to pump body fluids from the blood stream to your muscles, helping to prevent cramping. Additionally, the vitamin B contents on quinoa help you recover faster!