Superfoods: Buckwheat

Buckwheat is rich in protein and amino acids, prepared as rice and is a great contribution to all the dishes

Buckwheat is not a cereal grain but a fruit seed that, unlike other cereals, not highly ranked by glycemic index. It contains more protein than rice, wheat, millet and corn and is rich in essential amino acids lysine and arginine.

Superfoods are especially recommended for allergic people do not contain gluten. The unique properties of buckwheat can help reduce blood sugar levels after meals, which is of great importance for diabetics and people who are struggling with their weight.

It is believed that the proteins in buckwheat can help reduce hypertension. In addition, the high proportion of magnesium reduces the feeling of anxiety. Buckwheat is considered to be easily digestible food, which because of iron, potassium and B vitamins strengthen hair and nails.

The plant originates from Asia, and the Mongols have brought it in Europe in the 14th century. Today, most cultivated throughout Asia and Russia, and North America and Central Europe.

Buckwheat flavor is unique, though a bit reminiscent of hazelnuts. Washed seeds are cooked like rice (about 25 minutes), a commonly used as a side dish or main dishes are prepared as risotto. In sales there and buckwheat flour for the preparation of cakes, or pancakes.
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