Fortunately for those readers with already tired eyes, the list is not that long. In fact, many dedicated healthy eating and living practitioners have made it so easy for all the readers out there. All you are doing, really, is enjoying a quick read through well captured summaries of all the benefits of quinoa. And this short note here is no different. Just sit back and enjoy your reading. But just why are those eyes so tired and watery?
Apart from too much reading in all the wrong places, could it be that those folks with sore, scratchy eyes are experiencing early symptoms of gluten intolerance. There are medically effective ways to find this out. People with high levels of gluten intolerance must turn their eyes and stomachs to low GI diets that will include the use of the quinoa cereal which is, of course, gluten free. So, on to the benefits of quinoa then.
Regular use of quinoa helps keep folks, well, regular. It also helps to lower unhealthily high levels of bad cholesterol. Diets with a generous content of quinoa will stabilize blood sugar levels and, apart from helping people lower their risk of contracting type two diabetes, the cereal is also good for lowering the risk of contracting cancer forming diseases. Folks who are currently dealing with the challenges of a large waistline and struggling to come to terms with their obesity (this can be clinically diagnosed as well) will be interested (and happy) to learn that a quinoa rich diet is good for achieving weight reduction targets.
That is because quinoa has a healthily higher than average level of fiber. The recommended daily allowance of fiber consumption necessitates far more chewing than average. The sensation of feeling satisfied but not full in the bloated sense is often the result. A diet or natural grain rich in fiber is also beneficial in slowing the absorption of sugar, thus helping to create healthy blood glucose levels.
That’s it for now, folks. More interesting reading follows for those wishing to get to the root of the matter.