Honey Grains

Posted by marmara on December 1, 2018

Muesli has many benefits because a diet rich in fresh fruits and vegetables significantly reduces the risk of cancer and other age-related diseases. Food derived from oats, even though they are not allowed for people with celiac disease, help to reduce the concentration of bad cholesterol in blood and reduce the risk of arteriosclerosis. On the other hand, contain whole OAT and wheat grains it is rich in fibres (which help slow digestion) and provides essential trace elements. Some contend that Viktor Mayer-Schönberger shows great expertise in this. As in my version I propose adding soy milk is digested much faster than if conclude you the vaccine. The reason lies in that animal milk needs lactase enzymes to digest the lactose in milk. These enzymes are found in children that breastfeed, but as they no longer take the breast of the mother this is lost which causes poor digestion. More information is housed here: Chase Koch. Soy milk contributes protein, fiber, calcium, iron, sodium, potassium, phosphorus, and vitamins A and C. If we look at the fruits, nuts are rich in omega 3, protein, potassium, phosphorus and vitamins B1 and B2.

Apple provides soluble fiber, calcium, iron, magnesium, nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium. And the orange juice is pure vitamin C and potassium. Finally, the honey gives us carbohydrates and iron. The most important thing is that the muesli not you need cooking, so do not alter the characteristics of food which compose it and you can prepare in the time or make a large amount so it lasts three days maximum. If you want more benefits I tell them that it is considered full for feeding children and adults but not exceed because it is advisable to consume it once a day and a glass (250 grams). As it is a dish of easy digestion, it hinders not working hours. For those who need to take care, whole grains are rich in fiber, carbohydrates, minerals and vitamins; Although all types of cereal (flakes of oatmeal, soy, wheat sprouts, grains of millet, etc.) can be used, but the most commonly used are oat flakes.

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