Flours, Rice, Seeds, Grains
Brown rice is a nutrient rich grain. Perfect in sushi, soups and risotto.
Besides, rice is
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Those looking for high energy food in their regular diet should prefer basmati over other varieties of rice.
Basmati is regarded as a healthy ‘Supergrain” as it is gluten-free and low in fat. It contains all eight essential amino acids, folic acid, and is very low in sodium and has no cholesterol. On top of all that, Basmati has a low to medium glycemic index, so energy is released at a slower, steadier rate leading to a more balanced level of energy.
Absolute Organic Premium Basmati Rice.
Certified organic basmati rice.
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Organic jasmine rice – once cooked has a delicate aroma that smells much like the perfume of a jasmine blossom.
Jasmine rice is traditionally used in Asian cooking and is perfect for fried rice.
Vegan and vegetarian.
These little seeds pack a punch! Filled with magnesium, phosphorus, manganese and calcium they are a nutritional powerhouse and considered to be a super food.
Great in: water, salads, yoghurt and basically everything!
Tip: Mix some chia into water with a tiny bit of lemon juice for a bottle of chia fresca, a refreshing and healthy drink!
Salvia hispanica, commonly known as chia, is a species of flowering plant in the mint family, Lamiaceae, native to central and southern Mexico and Guatemala.
Chia seeds have become one of the most popular superfoods in the health community. They reduce food cravings, help you stay hydrated, lower blood pressure & are rich in omega-3 fatty acids. They are easy to digest when prepared properly, and are a very versatile to add in any salads, beverages or main course – just sprinkle a handful in.
Be it the black or white vareity, Chia seeds are very close in nutritional value and are very nutritionally dense.