Crunchy delights packed with the goodness of the superfood- Quinoa along with black currents, basil seeds and flax seeds
Quinoa an almost perfect source of protein from the vegetable kingdom and is useful for athletes, as it helps rebuild muscles and is good for maintaining even blood sugar levels. The only carbohydrate source having all nine essential amino acids.
It is also high in lysine, the chief amino acid that’s responsible for healing sore muscles after an intense workout.
Packed with minerals, including iron, phosphorous, manganese and copper. Copper and manganese help fight free radicals and keep our bones strong, while iron and phosphorous are important for energy production and cancer prevention. Loaded with fiber, it maintains a healthy digestive tract and improves insulin control by slowing down the rate of sugar being released into your bloodstream.
Dried black currants are a powerhouse of nutrition. Low-fat, cholesterol-free and high in protein, dietary fiber, copper, manganese and potassium.
Flax Seeds are a great source of dietary fiber; minerals like manganese, thiamine and magnesium; and plant-based protein. One of the richest sources of plant-based omega-3 fatty acids, called alpha-linolenic acid (or ALA). They are also the No. 1 source of lignans in the human diets.
Basil Seeds known to be rich in alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), which comes from high levels of Omega-3 fatty acids present in the seeds. These acids help in boosting the fat burning metabolism in the body. It is also full of fibre, so keeps your stomach satisfied for longer and prevents unwanted cravings. Considered to be good for type 2 diabetics as it keeps a check on blood sugar levels. They slow down the metabolism of your body and thus controls the conversion of carbohydrates into glucose. Eating basil seeds regularly helps your body secrete collagen, and is packed with Vitamin K and protein.
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