Biologico Superfood High in protein

Quinoa Mix

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SKU:117113         Peso: 250 g
Quinoa is an ancient plant that dates back to the Incas civilization in Central America.

€3.45

Nutritional values


Energy1488 kJ / 355 kcal g
Fat5.9 g
Fat of which saturates0.5 g
Carbohydrate62.4 g
Carbohydrate of which sugars1.6 g
Fibre6.9 g
Protein12.2 g
Salt0.0075 g

Use


It is good to be used for soup and or vegetable dishes due to its simple and natural taste.

Features


Rich in fibres and minerals for this low glycemic index product.

Benefits


Quinoa is very rich in molecules that are said to be rich in anti-inflammatory anti-viral properties. Its high content of proteins tends to prolong the long-lasting feeling of satiety. Quinoa has a low glycemic index so as it's good to keep the blood sugar level in balance and help in preventing obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular illness stimulation, at the same time, the metabolism.

Did you know that


Quinoa is treated as a cereal but the truth is that it belongs to the Chenopodiaceae family, the same of spinach and beetroot so as it's said Quinoa is a pseudo-cereal. Incas calls it "chisiya mama" that means "the mother of all the seeds" in the Quechua language.Quinoa is treated as a cereal but the truth is that it belongs to the Chenopodiaceae family, the same of spinach and beetroot so as it's said Quinoa is a pseudo-cereal. Incas calls it "chisiya mama" that means "the mother of all the seeds" in the Quechua language.Quinoa is treated as a cereal but the truth is that it belongs to the Chenopodiaceae family, the same of spinach and beetroot so as it's said Quinoa is a pseudo-cereal. Incas calls it "chisiya mama" that means "the mother of all the seeds" in the Quechua language.Quinoa is treated as a cereal but the truth is that it belongs to the Chenopodiaceae family, the same of spinach and beetroot so as it's said Quinoa is a pseudo-cereal. Incas calls it "chisiya mama" that means "the mother of all the seeds" in the Quechua language.Quinoa is treated as a cereal but the truth is that it belongs to the Chenopodiaceae family, the same of spinach and beetroot so as it's said Quinoa is a pseudo-cereal. Incas calls it "chisiya mama" that means "the mother of all the seeds" in the Quechua language.Quinoa is treated as a cereal but the truth is that it belongs to the Chenopodiaceae family, the same of spinach and beetroot so as it's said Quinoa is a pseudo-cereal. Incas calls it "chisiya mama" that means "the mother of all the seeds" in the Quechua language.Quinoa is treated as a cereal but the truth is that it belongs to the Chenopodiaceae family, the same of spinach and beetroot so as it's said Quinoa is a pseudo-cereal. Incas calls it "chisiya mama" that means "the mother of all the seeds" in the Quechua language.Quinoa is treated as a cereal but the truth is that it belongs to the Chenopodiaceae family, the same of spinach and beetroot so as it's said Quinoa is a pseudo-cereal. Incas calls it "chisiya mama" that means "the mother of all the seeds" in the Quechua language.Quinoa is treated as a cereal but the truth is that it belongs to the Chenopodiaceae family, the same of spinach and beetroot so as it's said Quinoa is a pseudo-cereal. Incas calls it "chisiya mama" that means "the mother of all the seeds" in the Quechua language.Quinoa is treated as a cereal but the truth is that it belongs to the Chenopodiaceae family, the same of spinach and beetroot so as it's said Quinoa is a pseudo-cereal. Incas calls it "chisiya mama" that means "the mother of all the seeds" in the Quechua language.Quinoa is treated as a cereal but the truth is that it belongs to the Chenopodiaceae family, the same of spinach and beetroot so as it's said Quinoa is a pseudo-cereal. Incas calls it "chisiya mama" that means "the mother of all the seeds" in the Quechua language.Quinoa is treated as a cereal but the truth is that it belongs to the Chenopodiaceae family, the same of spinach and beetroot so as it's said Quinoa is a pseudo-cereal. Incas calls it "chisiya mama" that means "the mother of all the seeds" in the Quechua language.Quinoa is treated as a cereal but the truth is that it belongs to the Chenopodiaceae family, the same of spinach and beetroot so as it's said Quinoa is a pseudo-cereal. Incas calls it "chisiya mama" that means "the mother of all the seeds" in the Quechua language.Quinoa is treated as a cereal but the truth is that it belongs to the Chenopodiaceae family, the same of spinach and beetroot so as it's said Quinoa is a pseudo-cereal. Incas calls it "chisiya mama" that means "the mother of all the seeds" in the Quechua language.Quinoa is treated as a cereal but the truth is that it belongs to the Chenopodiaceae family, the same of spinach and beetroot so as it's said Quinoa is a pseudo-cereal. Incas calls it "chisiya mama" that means "the mother of all the seeds" in the Quechua language.Quinoa is treated as a cereal but the truth is that it belongs to the Chenopodiaceae family, the same of spinach and beetroot so as it's said Quinoa is a pseudo-cereal. Incas calls it "chisiya mama" that means "the mother of all the seeds" in the Quechua language.Quinoa is treated as a cereal but the truth is that it belongs to the Chenopodiaceae family, the same of spinach and beetroot so as it's said Quinoa is a pseudo-cereal. Incas calls it "chisiya mama" that means "the mother of all the seeds" in the Quechua language.Quinoa is treated as a cereal but the truth is that it belongs to the Chenopodiaceae family, the same of spinach and beetroot so as it's said Quinoa is a pseudo-cereal. Incas calls it "chisiya mama" that means "the mother of all the seeds" in the Quechua language.Quinoa is treated as a cereal but the truth is that it belongs to the Chenopodiaceae family, the same of spinach and beetroot so as it's said Quinoa is a pseudo-cereal. Incas calls it "chisiya mama" that means "the mother of all the seeds" in the Quechua language.Quinoa is treated as a cereal but the truth is that it belongs to the Chenopodiaceae family, the same of spinach and beetroot so as it's said Quinoa is a pseudo-cereal. Incas calls it "chisiya mama" that means "the mother of all the seeds" in the Quechua language.Quinoa is treated as a cereal but the truth is that it belongs to the Chenopodiaceae family, the same of spinach and beetroot so as it's said Quinoa is a pseudo-cereal. Incas calls it "chisiya mama" that means "the mother of all the seeds" in the Quechua language.Quinoa is treated as a cereal but the truth is that it belongs to the Chenopodiaceae family, the same of spinach and beetroot so as it's said Quinoa is a pseudo-cereal. Incas calls it "chisiya mama" that means "the mother of all the seeds" in the Quechua language.Quinoa is treated as a cereal but the truth is that it belongs to the Chenopodiaceae family, the same of spinach and beetroot so as it's said Quinoa is a pseudo-cereal. Incas calls it "chisiya mama" that means "the mother of all the seeds" in the Quechua language.