HARVEST GRAINS FOR BETTER HEALTH
Studies show that eating whole grains instead of refined grains lowers the risk of many chronic diseases. While benefits are most pronounced for those consuming at least 3 servings daily, some studies show reduced risks from as little as one serving daily. Eating processed foods like white bread is a contributor to obesity and high blood sugar.
W I L D R I C E
Why are they good... One cup provides nearly 600 percent of your daily recommended allowance of vitamin A, a powerful anti-oxidant.
A M A R A N T H
Amaranth has a high level of very complete protein; its protein contains lysine, an amino acid missing or negligible in many grains.
O A T S
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration claims that oats, as part of an overall heart healthy diet, could lower the risk of heart disease. The potential health benefits of oats include: reducing the risk of coronary artery disease, lowering levels of cholesterol, and reducing one's risk of colorectal cancer.
B A R L E Y
The fiber in barley is especially healthy; it may lower cholesterol even more effectively than oat fiber.
R Y E
The type of fiber in rye promotes a rapid feeling of fullness, making rye foods a good choice for people trying to lose weight.
W H E A T
These benefits are well established, and include, stroke risk reduced 30-36%, type 2 diabetes risk reduced 21-30%, heart disease risk reduced 25-28%, better weight maintenance, reduced risk of asthma, healthier blood pressure levels, reduction of inflammatory disease risk.
B U C K W H E A T
Buckwheat is the only grain known to have high levels of an antioxidant called rutin, and studies show that it improves circulation and prevents LDL cholesterol from blocking blood vessels.
M I L L I T
Millit is naturally high in protein and antioxidants, and can help control blood sugar and cholesterol.
Q U I N O A
Quinoa is one of the most protein-rich foods we can eat. Containing all nine essential amino acids. Other antioxidants include Iron for healthy blood cells and Lysine is essential for tissue growth and repair. Magnesium can help reduce migraines and helps to prevent damage of mitochondria during energy production as well as to protect red blood cells and other cells from injury by free radicals.
We promote the power of Mother Nature's natural ingredients first. Cooking as a family is one of the greatest pleasures as a family unit. There are those occasions where we just don't have the time to eat all those servings per day. It's recommended that you eat 8 – 10 servings of fruit & vegetables per day. We do offer a healthy alternative where those ingredients are condensed.