Muscle-Building Foods: Quinoa

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Ericakelly E.
Ericakelly E.2 years ago

Some individuals say it tastes higher than beef and has eightieth less fat and five hundredth less steroid alcohol. It’s conjointly higher in macromolecule, iron, and amino acids. feels like a deal.

Erikagrace E.
Erikagrace E.2 years ago

We absitively to burrow abysmal into the animal analysis to acquisition the abstruse atom on every beef area the chat "ingredients" is stamped. With the advice of Jeff Volek, Ph.D., R.D., an exercise and diet researcher at the University of Connecticut, and a absolutely big accumulative glass, we begin it. Eight foods are on the list: eggs, almonds, olive oil, salmon, steak, yogurt, water, and coffee. Add these capacity to your abdomen and anxiously chase the admonition on the package—"Lift abundant weights"—and you can whip up a accumulation of biceps in no time.

Heidi Aubrey
Heidi Aubrey2 years ago

I was watching Dr. Oz today, and one of the discussions was about extremely healthy grains. Super Grains.

Of course Quinoa made the list, but so did some I had never heard of. Teff is considered a complete protein grain. It is also completely tolerated by those with gluten intolerance. It is the smallest of all the grains and when cooked has about the texture of Farina.

Also mentioned as other "super grains" were Millet, Amaranth-an ancient grain.

I was suprised and happy to see that all these are for sale on the internet.

Donna Hamilton
Donna Hamilton3 years ago


Dale O.

Thank you Lea R, hopefully Marianne B sees your posting, very helpful!

Interesting series, many proteins that many of us can try and enjoy. Some in Bolivia are making comments contrary to what was presented in Care2 about the problems for the poor purchasing quinoa in Bolivia and Peru taking issue with this oddly titled article. So many things to consider.

. The More You Love Quinoa, The More You Hate Bolivians

J.L. A.
JL A.3 years ago

When making this choice, do so remembering the impact this trend is having on South American farmers and strive to buy it from someone growing it locally.

Teresa Wlosowicz
Teresa W.3 years ago

thank you

Pinke A.
Pinke A.3 years ago

I have used Quinoa instead of the rice and I do like it much more.All the good staff are just extra bonus!

Abigail T.
Abigail T.3 years ago

i wanna be a musclegirl...raaah! hehe! jk!

Emily Crawford
Emma C.3 years ago

I want to like quinoa, I really do! I've tried four or five recipes for it, and while it tastes pretty good, the mouth-feel is like dirt. This, of course, makes me sad, because I want to eat healthy. Maybe in a soup? I haven't tried it that way, yet, and I'm a little afraid to...