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Amaranth flour 1 grade, 1 kg

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250

  • Category:Flour
  • Объем:1 kg

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Amaranth flour is used in the preparation of porridge, tortillas, bakery, confectionery and pasta, cheeses and yoghurts, mayonnaise. Amaranth seeds and flour can also be used as an additive to dishes of the usual diet. The use of amaranth is recommended for coronary heart disease and atherosclerosis, diabetes and obesity, cancer and weakened immunity. Amaranth flour and its products have a preventive effect on many systems of the body, reduce cholesterol levels, improve the condition of the arteries, reduce the risk of cardiovascular and oncological diseases, and promote the removal of toxins.

Regular consumption of amaranth flour, which helps to strengthen the immune system, effectively cleanses the human body of toxins, slags, radionuclides and heavy metal salts, can bring tangible benefits in the prevention and complex treatment of: Diseases of the digestive system (gastritis, gastroduodenitis, constipation, dysbacteriosis, stomach and duodenal ulcers, colitis, enterocolitis, fatty liver dystrophy, hepatitis, cirrhosis). The composition of amaranth flour includes substances that normalize the acidity of gastric juice and enhance the secretory function of the stomach and intestines (vitamins B1 and B2), have an anti-inflammatory and wound-healing effect on the mucous membranes of the gastrointestinal tract, as well as prevent the development of inflammatory processes in the liver, gallbladder and bile ducts. Due to its high fiber content, amaranth flour also helps to eliminate constipation, normalize the balance of beneficial intestinal microflora and cleanse the gastrointestinal tract of harmful toxins and toxins.

Diseases of the cardiovascular system (atherosclerosis, arterial hypertension, heart failure, coronary heart disease, angina, thrombophlebitis, varicose veins, heart attack, stroke). The vitamin E, squalene, phospholipids, choline, magnesium and phytosterols contained in amaranth flour help to reduce the level of "bad" cholesterol in the blood, thereby preventing the formation of dangerous atheromatous plaques on the walls of blood vessels. Vitamin E in combination with magnesium and squalene also normalizes blood clotting, increases the elasticity of blood vessels, and also has a vasodilating effect (helping to reduce high blood pressure) and prevents the development of inflammatory processes in the circulatory system. Potassium, calcium and phosphorus, which are especially rich in amaranth flour, play an important role in regulating the rhythm, strength and speed of contractions of the myocardium (heart muscle).
Anemia (anemia). Amaranth flour is a rich source of substances that take an active part in the synthesis of the blood protein hemoglobin, the main function of which is to transport oxygen from the lungs to the heart, brain and other organs of the human body.
Cancer (amaranth flour is a source of the strongest immunostimulating natural antioxidants (squalene, vitamins E), neutralizing free radicals and carcinogens-substances that can cause the development of malignant cancer tumors (as scientific studies show, squalene, which is part of amaranth flour, shows the greatest antitumor activity in oncological diseases of the skin, breast and intestines). Cancer patients undergoing a course of antitumor chemotherapy are recommended to introduce amaranth flour and products based on it into the daily diet.
Diseases of food allergies, in particular celiac disease-an allergy to the gluten group of proteins.
Diseases of the central nervous system.

Also, regular consumption of amaranth flour and products based on it is useful for people suffering from frequent headaches, insomnia, diseases of the nervous system, inflammatory diseases of the kidneys and other organs of the urinary system, diseases of the oral cavity (stomatitis, periodontitis), hemorrhoids, tuberculosis, diseases of the bones and joints (rickets, osteoporosis, joint rheumatism, polyarthritis, etc.), diseases of the visual organs (conjunctivitis, night blindness, cataracts, diabetic retinopathy, etc.). etc.).