Why should you eat Buckwheat Flour?

October 7, 2016

Commonly used in pancakes, cakes, paste for tart, for gateau, and mainly for French Galette, buckwheat flour is one alternative to white flour, higher fibber, higher protein, higher in many essential vitamins, minerals Magnesium, manganese, copper, iron and Gluten Free.

 

Good for Health!

 

One serving of buckwheat flour contains only 100 calories and provides nearly 10 percent of the daily value for adults. Just 21gr. of carbohydrates and a significant amount of fibber. Good for the digestive way.

 

One serving contains 3.8 gr. of Protein. The most of the calories that do not come from carbohydrates come from protein.

 

One serving of Buckwheat flour contains less than 1 gr of fat.

 

One serving of buckwheat flour provides 10 percent or more of the daily value four Minerals: 18% of magnesium and 14% of phosphorus, both of which help you build strong bones and teeth. 26% percent Manganese helps stabilize your blood sugar, is provided in even large amounts. 17% of copper and 15% of iron. All both are important for the production of red blood cells. 

 

One serving buckwheat flour provides 10 percent or more of the daily value of three B vitamins: 10% of thiamine, which assists with healthy circulation. 12% of niacin, very necessary for proper circulation and to support the nervous system. 14% of B-6, helping you to absorb fats and proteins.

 

Gluten Free!

 

Buckwheat flour is also gluten free because it is not technically a product came from wheat. Also many people with wheat allergies are able to use this flour. Provided it is processed separately from wheat products. 

 

If you cannot tolerate gluten, buckwheat flour can take the place of wheat flour in many of your recipes with a lightly tasty of nuts. Always check the packaging on buckwheat flour to be sure it is completely gluten free, sometimes buckwheat could contain some trace of Gluten. You can find out our delicious Gluten Free recipes for your biggest enjoyment.

 

Why Organic Food?

 

How your food is grown or raised can have a major impact on your mental and emotional health as well as the environment. Organic foods often have more beneficial nutrients, such as antioxidants, than their conventionally grown counterparts and people with allergies to foods, chemicals, or preservatives often find their symptoms lessen or go away when they eat only organic foods. 

 

So, the organic food really better for your mental and physical health? The farmer doesn't use pesticides. He avoids chemicals such as fungicides, herbicides, and insecticides. It is for that, we have to maintain the flour in fridge. Organic French buckwheat production refers to all of the Organic regulation agricultural.

 

The Organic buckwheat is better for health it doesn’t contain preservatives that make it last longer. It is produced on small farm and it is imported under strict rules of hygiene imposed by the Australian Government

 

Organic farming is better for the environment. This Buckwheat Organic farmer practices reduce pollution, conserves water, increases soil fertility, and uses less energy.

 

 

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