Quinoa 2022

QUINOA

THE MOTHER OF ALL GRAINS

Quinoa plant is native to the Andes Mountains since 5000 years ago and it has been domesticated by local farmers growing up to 13100 ft (4000 mts.) above sea level.

Due to its abundance and its unique nourishing properties, the Incas referred to it as “mother of all grains” and considered it as a precious gift attributed to its holiness: the Sun God.

Its edible seed has been feeding the Andean population for centuries, and now is becoming one of the main superfood ingredients in the world.

QUINOA SUPER PROPERTIES

  • Amino Acids: Quinoa is considered as the only plant-based source of complete protein, which includes all the essential amino acids that are beneficial for the body, outstanding the Lysine (13%) and the Threonine (9%).
  • Monounsaturated and Polyunsaturated fatty acids: omega 3 (7%), omega 6 (58%), omega 9 (35%)
  • Vitamins:  B1 (Thiamine), B2 (Rivoflavin), B3 (Niacin), B6, B9 (Folic Acid), and vitamin E.
  • Minerals: manganese, phosphorus, magnesium, iron and zinc in high percentages.

BENEFITS FOR THE SKIN

– Deeply nourishes the skin, thanks to its richness in nutrients.

– Restores skin hydration, due to its high percentage of Threonine.

– Heals any damaged skin tissue, thanks to the essential amino acid Lysine in combination with the vitamin E and the omegas.

– Improves elasticity of the skin: the Lysine is also a key building block in the synthesis of the substances elastin and collagen.

– Antioxidant and antiaging benefits: Quinoa protects cells from free radicals, avoiding premature ageing of the skin.

– Strengthens the skin cells.

– Anti-inflammatory action.

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