Quinoa Bread: Your Daily Source of Protein and Vitamins

Quinoa bread provides your system with fiber and other important nutrients like Vitamin E, iron, potassium, magnesium, zinc and B vitamins. Magnesium is an important mineral that regulates more than 300 enzymes, most importantly those related to the body’s consumption of glucose and secretion of insulin.

Quinoa provides a good source of vegetable protein and it is the seeds of the quinoa plant that are ground to make flour for the bread. It has significantly low quantities of saturated fatty acids. It contains phenolic acids, lignans, phytoestrogens and certain phytochemicals and all these elements help lower the risk of cancer, heart disease and diabetes.

To make quinoa bread you need to start from zero, otherwise you can mix quinoa flour (usually 5% to 10%) with other flours to make your favorite bread recipes. What you mix with quinoa flour is dependent on any special dietary needs you might have.

You don’t have to worry about calories when consuming quinoa bread. As another…

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