What is quinoa?

Quinoa is a pseudo-grain that looks like a legume. It originated in the land of the Inca, an ancient indigenous people in South America food.

It is called a pseudocereal because is not actually a grain, but a plant in the same family as beets, spinach, tumbleweed, and Swiss chard. But even though it is a pseudocereal, it has so many benefits that it has called a “ superfood.”UFABET 

Benefits of Quinoa.

  1. Quinoa contains 12-18 percent protein and essential amino acids that can be found in milk. For those who are eating clean or controlling their diet. If you want essential protein for your body in addition to chicken breast, try quinoa.
  2. High in antioxidants, which means it can help reduce your risk of cancer and keep your skin looking radiant.
  3. High in calcium. Those who do not like to drink milk or are allergic to milk can eat quinoa to ensure that. The body receives enough calcium for growth and strengthens bones and teeth.
  4. High in fiber. In addition to helping with digestion and regular bowel movements. It also helps control blood sugar levels to be in the normal range.
  5. Quinoa is low in cholesterol, suitable for anyone who wants to reduce the amount of cholesterol in the body. Or those who want to control their weight and patients with diabetes or clogged arteries.