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Quinoa Nutrition Values
Calories, Carbohydrates, and Fiber
Plus Health Benefits Information

All about Quinoa nutrition from health benefits information to Quinoa nutrient facts for calories, carbohydrates, and fiber content.

This page should help you decide whether or not this popular whole grain is right for you.

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Quinoa Health Benefits Information

quinoa nutrient label for calories, carbohydrates, fiber Compared to other whole grains, Quinoa calories and carbohydrates are low. Yet it is high in omega 3 fatty acids, riboflavin, vitamin B6, folate, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, and lysine. It contains every essential amino-acid (building blocks for the human body). Its protein, though less than some whole grains, is 90% digestible, meaning its protein quality is as good or better than that found in milk. See how Quinoa compares, nutritionally, to other whole grains by visiting our whole grain comparison charts.

Quinoa's quality protein, amino acids, minerals, and vitamins contribute to heart health, high energy levels, strong bones and muscles, and proper nerve and cell function. Bottom line - Quinoa is good for your whole body.

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