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6 Super Grains that are Packed with Nutrients And Cancer Preventing Fiber

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The countries with the lowest cancer rates usually consume large amount of fibrous food like beans or whole rice. Why?

Consider the toxic nature of cancer and the properties of fiber that support the body in flushing out toxins before than can get absorbed or even reabsorbed in the gut! It’s so critical!

The only problem is in the United States is we eat products derived of grains that have been stripped of their fiber and nutrients.  So what’s the solution?  Should you eat a variety of healthful and whole-beans?

Well YES!  Countries that are known for their Avocados and bean consumption have some of the lowest cancer rates in all of history (Suprisingly South America!)

But there’s only so many beans one can eat before the stomach aches.

That’s why we are showing you a variety of fibre-packed grains you may not know about that are filled with nutrition and health benefits.

Some of the health benefits of the top whole grains include:

  • Anticancer and anti-inflammation attributes
  • Fibre that helps feed good gut flora to support a strong immune system
  • Major cholesterol lowering capabilities
  • As much as 26 grams of muscle building protein per cup
  • Support for a healthy heart
  • Help with healthy digestion
  • Support for those with diabetes
  • As much as 25%-35% more vitamins per serving than modern wheat
  • More amino acids, lipids and proteins than modern wheat
  • Essential minerals that support a robust metabolism

These grains have a variety of tastes, everything from gentle to earthy.  You can have fun experiencing all the different fulfilling flavors wether made into zucchini bread, mixed into healthy soups and salads for a balanced meal, or one even popped like popcorn for a quick, healthy snack.

Broaden your horizons by satisfying your palate with more nutrients by trying some of the top 7 healthful super grains.

Here is what we found:


#1) Sorghum
This awesome grain supports the body for major cholosteral control ! It has somewhat of a mild gentle flavor and is in the shape of a circle. 20 grams of protein per 1 cup!

#2) Farro
This great grain is wonderful for your heart as it has a great deal of fiber, and as we all know, eating fiber can help with healthy digestion and can support the body to fight against diabetes. It has what people call an “earthy” flavor. People like to mainly eat it in soups and salads. 28 grams of protein in 1 cup!

#3) Amaranth
Believe it or not, Amaranth is actually considered a seed (which means you can pop it like popcorn!) as it has all of the nine essential amino acids, which is similar to the composition of things like Quinoa. It is said by many to have a flavor similar to malt. So it may be wonderful in breakfast dishes, homemade puddings, and other food of the like. Amaranth is a wonderful grain. It incorporates a certain protein that helps your body to fight off 2 major debilitating illnesses… cancer and inflammation. 26 grams of protein in 1 cup!

#4) Khorasan Wheat
Khorasan Wheat is considered an ancient grain, rooting back to the old days of Iran. Khorsan Wheat is twice the size of the wheat that we find now in modern day and most recipes and has 25%-35% more Vitamin E PER SERVING than the modern day wheat, as well as having more vitamins, amino acids, lipids, and proteins! The flavor is stronger in this wheat compared the the normal we we find now days. Most people say the taste is somewhat nutty. Khorasan Wheat also goes by the name Kamut). Approximately 27 grams of protein per 1 cup!

#5) Teff
Teff has been included in some ‘Super Food’ categories and has many names, including “Williams Lovegrass” which I find fun 🙂 It is seriously high in fiber, iron, protein, AND calcium! Wow! Super grains! Although much smaller in size than Quinoa, it cooks and looks similar. But, because it is smaller, it cooks faster. Usually used to made hearty breads, it can also be used to make other “bready” food such as, zucchini bread, pancakes, etc. 26 grams of protein per 1 cup!

#6) Spelt
From Europe, this grain is a cousin to the the transitional modern day wheat. It also has a mystical history of Greek Mythology and has six sets of chromosomes! Anyways 🙂 this grain has a high percentage of minerals that are essential for a robust metabolism. Said to have a nutty flavor with a side of sweet, people love it in grain salads and vegetable salads, and even some berry salads with nuts. Perhaps even yogurt with fruit? Just over 25 grams of proteins per 1 cup!

I HOPE THIS LIST HELPS YOU TO BROADEN YOUR HORIZONS IN USING DIFFERENT GRAINS ON DIFFERENT OCCASIONS. IT WILL NOT ONLY SATISFY YOUR PALATE, BUT WILL GIVE YOU MORE NUTRIENTS AND FILL YOUR BODY WITH FIBRE TO HELP ELIMINATE THOSE TOXINS THAT ARE BOGGING DOWN YOUR IMMUNE FUNCTIONS.

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