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  Buckwheat or Kasha the roasted grain is not very popular in the U.S. anymore. It is very known and used in many other countries especially Japan. Buckwheat contains a variety of healthy compounds which include flavonoids which in studies has help in cancer prevention. It is well know that flavonoids make it difficult for cancer promoting hormones to attach to healthy cells. It maybe able to help prevent damage to DNA strains that help normal cell division.

  The rutin in buckwheat play an important role in helping platelets from clumping together. Buckwheat helps keep your blood flowing which reduces the chance of a heart attack or stroke. This could explain why many people in China have low levels of bad cholesterol since they consume large amounts of buckwheat. Rutin has been reported to stabilize blood and help with amounts of fluid in the body. This may help lower blood pressure. Research has shown that flavonoids combined with vitamin E which both are found in buckwheat can help neutralize dangerous free radicals in the fatty portion of cells.

  People the eat low to no meat can benefit greatly from buckwheat. It is known as the very best grain source of high quality protein which we need to heal wounds and brain power. It also helps us to lower cholesterol. In experiments animals that were fed buckwheat had lower cholesterol levels then the animals that did not eat it. Buckwheat is also an essential source of nutrients rich in minerals especially magnesium, zink and copper. It also helps to control blood sugar levels. This is good for everyone to keep their blood sugar levels under control. Buckwheat is free of gluten so you can eat as much as you want.

  When you cook are bake add a little buckwheat flour to almost any recipe that calls for regular flour. If you are making wheat bread, use half buckwheat flour to add a unique, nut like flavor and darker color. Diets rich in whole grain foods and other plant foods low in total fat, saturated fat and cholesterol, may reduce the risk of heart disease and some cancers.

 

 


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