Ancient Grain, New Trend
Quinoa—pronounced keen-wah—is not yet a staple in American diets as of 2011, but it is quickly moving beyond specialty health food stores and onto chain-supermarket shelves. Quinoa’s health benefits, palatability and versatility have...
Quinoa is the common name for Chenopodium quinoa of the flowering plant
family Amaranthaceae. It is grown as a grain crop primarily for its edible seeds.
This is a detailed article about quinoa and its health effects. Here are 11 ways
that quinoa can improve your health, supported by science.
Feb 3, 2015 ... Quinoa has come a long way in the last few years — all the way from the back
shelves of health food stores to national supermarket aisles.
Jul 4, 2016 ... Quinoa (pronounced keen-wah) and other ancient grains such as amaranth,
barley, and farro are rapidly growing in popularity because of their ...
This protein-packed grain looks a bit like couscous, is as versatile as rice, and
tastes delicious on its own or in these quinoa recipes.
March's Grain of the Month is Quinoa. High in the Andes, the quinoa harvest
starts in late March, when farmers gather together for celebrations like the two-
What's New and Beneficial About Quinoa. The Food and Agricultural
Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has officially declared that the year
2013 be ...
Quinoa is a very healthy grain. In this article, I explain 27 SCIENCE-BACKED
health benefits of quinoa. You will be surprised by #3!
Quinoa is the healthy wonder grain we can't get enough of-- we even eat it for
breakfast! Learn how to cook quinoa with over 320 recipes complete with