Amaranth seed meal 100 g ELIT
Amaranth has a unique biochemical composition: vitamins E (in the rare form of tocotrienol), A, B1, B2, B4, C, D, trace elements and minerals (iron, potassium, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, copper, etc.). It also contains other active ingredients, such as squalene, phytosterols, phospholipids and others. Regularly adding amaranth crumbs to your diet, you make the most of your health.
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The main secret of the health of the American Indians was amaranth oil. This oil contains up to 50% linoleic acid, which is one of the most important fatty acids. Contains vitamin E and squalene. Squalene is a component of cell membranes, which improves their quality and resistance to thermal and chemical damage. Vitamin E helps protect cells from oxidative stress. Amaranth is a very good antioxidant. Antioxidants are substances that protect cells from free radicals. The oil has a pleasant and rich taste. The effects of the amaranth were known to the Aztecs and the Incas, who called it the "golden corn of the gods." In Kiev, Russia, an amaranth, crushed bread, which was considered a panacea. Thanks to its consequences, this plant was proclaimed by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations as a harvest of the 21st century. Amaranth cellulose has a unique biochemical composition: vitamin E (in the rare form of tocotrienol), A, B1, B2, B4, C, D, microelements and minerals (iron, potassium, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, copper, etc.). It also contains other active ingredients, such as squalene, phytosterols, phospholipids and others. Regularly adding amaranth crumbs to your diet, you make the most of your health. Magic Squalene Amaranth cellulose is the source of squalene, which is a potent immunostimulating natural antioxidant. It is interesting. Skvalen was discovered in the liver of deep sea sharks. In the kitchen Amaranth cellulose is often added to slurries, pancakes, sauces and pastries (up to 20%). The dish gets a pleasant nutty aroma and increases its biological quality. Amaranth cellulose takes 1-2 teaspoons 3 times a day with meals. Drink with water. Chicken can be mixed with yogurt, cream or juice. Healthy Recipes Amaranth tea 1 teaspoon minced amaranth added tea to help support the immune system and help even when headaches. Power Drink Prepare a useful energy cocktail, which is especially suitable for men. Ingredients: 2 ripe tomatoes 150 ml sour milk drink 1 tablespoon amaranth grits ground black pepper Take 2 ripe tomatoes and a soft inner rozemněte fork. Add 150 ml of any sour-milk drink, 1 tablespoon of amaranth cellulose and a small amount of black pepper. Amaranth pancakes Ingredients: 500 ml kefir or sour milk 100 g wheat flour 50 g amaranth cellulose 2 eggs 2 tablespoons sugar 1 teaspoon soda baking salt kefir, eggs, sugar, salt and mix the soda. Add the wheat flour to this mixture. When you add a small amount of flour, the pancakes will be light and soft. If the consistency of the mixture is creamy, the pancakes will be dense and saturated. Fry over medium heat with sunflower oil. Aparanth apple Ingredients: 8 cleaned and cut apples 1 tablespoon honey 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1 tablespoon amaranth cellulose 1 cup water 100 g butter butter apples slightly boil, add honey, cinnamon, melted butter and flour. Mix everything carefully. Fry the frying pan or mold with grease, sprinkle the bread crumb and loosen the weight. Bake for 20 minutes at 175 ° C. Do not stop, experiment and create your own recipes that suit you! Ingredients: 100% amaranth seeds, 50% cellulose, 20% protein, 8% starch. 100 g of product: Energy value 282 kcal / 1180 kJ: protein 18 g, fat 12 g, carbohydrates 10 g Method of use: when eating a teaspoon 3 to 4 times a day, before use dilute with water, juice or kefir. Recommended duration treatment: 1 month. Warnings: Do not use in individual intolerance to individual components of the crumb. Packing: 100g
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