Nutrients and Health Benefits of Amaranth Grains and Leaves

Amaranth LeavesAmaranth Herb is also called Amaranthus consists of about 70 species. Different species of Amaranth are used for different needs like leaf vegetables, grains, cereals, herbs, and ornamentals. Amaranth Grains are very similar in flavor and in cooking to Quinoa Grains and they are both called Pseudograins. Cooked Amaranth Grains and Raw Amaranth Leaves are full of Amazing Nutrients and in impressively large amounts. Some doctors recommend Amaranth Leaves for people who are very low on Red Blood Cells. So, if you are diagnosed with cancer then you should definitelly be adding Amaranth Vegetable and Grains to your diet. Below, I will provide you all with the Nutrients and Benefits of Amaranth Grains and of Amaranth Leaves. Anyway, the Nutrients in a cup or in 28 grams of Raw Amaranth Leaves are:

- Vitamin A
- Vitamin B1, Thiamin
- Vitamin B2, Riboflavin
- Vitamin B3, Niacin
- Vitamin B6, Pyridoxine
- Vitamin B9, Folate, Folic Acid
- Vitamin C (Good Amount)
- Vitamin K (Extreme Amount)
- Protein
- Calcium
- Iron
- Magnesium
- Phosphorus
- Potassium
- Sodium
- Zinc
- Copper
- Manganese
- Selenium
- Natural Fats
- Omega 3 Fatty Acids
- Omega 6 Fatty Acids
- Carbohydrates
- Calories

The Health Benefits that you could get from Amaranth leaves are:

Vitamin K:
- Improves blood clotting
- Reduces bleeding
- Improves kidney function
- Improves bone growth
- May protect from osteoporosis
- May protect and cure from some cancers

Vitamin C:
- Improves wound healing
- Prevents cells from damages
- Improves gums health
- Improves teeth health
- Improves Immune System
- Protects from free radicals
- Reduces Aging
- Lowers Risks of some Cancers
- Improves Iron absorption
- Improves Lung health
- Prevents from frequent colds
- Protects from frequent infections

Vitamin A:
- Improves Eyesight
- Supports Good Vision
- Fights Viral Infections
- Protects from Viral Infections
- Reduces Chances of Night Blindness
- Moisturizes Skin
- Moisturizes Eyes
- Moisturizes Mucous
- Antioxidant Support
- Protects from Free Radicals

Manganese:
- Supports strong bones
- Supports healthy bones
- Normalizes blood sugar levels
- Supports healthy thyroid gland
- Improves Nerve health
- Protects from free radicals
- Helps protect from nausea
- Reduces vomiting
- Reduces skin rashes
- Maintains Hair color
- Normalizes Cholesterol levels
- Helps prevent dizziness
- Helps prevent hearing loss
- Supports healthy reproduction

Since the Nutrients in uncooked grains are extremelly better and in much higher dozes than in cooked Amaranth grains, I decided to let you know what they are in the Uncooked grains, so you would cook them as carefull as possible in order to enjoy the Amazing Health benefits. So, the Nutrients in about a cup or in 193 grams of Uncooked Amaranth Grains are:

- Vitamin A
- Vitamin B1, Thiamin
- Vitamin B2, Riboflavin (Good Amount)
- Vitamin B3, Niacin
- Vitamin B5, Pantothenic Acid (Good Amount)
- Vitamin B6, Pyridoxine (Large Amount)
- Vitamin B9, Folate, Folic Acid (Good Amount)
- Vitamin C
- Vitamin E
- Choline
- Betaine
- Protein (Large Amount)
- Calcium (Good Amount)
- Iron (Large Amount)
- Magnesium (Extreme Amount)
- Phosphorus (Extreme Amount)
- Potassium (Good Amount)
- Sodium
- Zinc (Good Amount)
- Copper (Large Amount)
- Manganese (Extreme Amount)
- Selenium (Large Amount)
- Phytosterols
- Natural Fats (Good Amount)
- Omega 3 Fatty Acids
- Omega 6 Fatty Acids
- Carbohydrates (Good Amount)
- Calories (Good Amount)
- Dietary Fiber (Large Amount)
- Starch
- Natural Sugars

Wow, I am not going to give you the list of Benefits for this Extreme list of Nutrients because you will cook most of this stuff off, so I’ll give you the list of benefits that you would normally get from cooked Amaranth Grains:

Protein:
- Improves Immune system function
- Supports Healthy skin
- Supports Healthy nails
- Supports Healthy hair
- Supports enzyme production
- Reduces weight loss
- Lowers chances of fatigue
- Lowers chance of weakness
- Improves healthy development
- Supports blood clotting
- Improves healthy growth

Iron:
- Improves Oxygen distribution
- Improves Immune System
- Provides Healthy energy
- Reduces fatigue
- Reduces weakness
- Improves concentration ability
- Lowers chance of infections
- Supports healthy hair
- Reduces Dizziness
- Lowers chances of headaches
- Strengthens nails
- Protects from apathy
- Lowers risks of depression

Magnesium:
- Relaxes nerves
- Relaxes muscles
- Strengthens bones
- Builds bones
- Improves blood circulation
- Protects from muscle spasms
- Improves heart rate
- Normalizes blood sugar level
- Helps prevent headaches

Selenium:
- Protects from free radicals
- Improves thyroid function
- Reduces risk of joint inflammation
- Lowers chances of muscle pain
- Reduces weakness
- Protects from skin discoloration
- Protects from hair discoloration
- Lowers risk of some cancers
- Reduces risk of heart disease

Manganese:
- Supports strong bones
- Supports healthy bones
- Normalizes blood sugar levels
- Supports healthy thyroid gland
- Improves Nerve health
- Protects from free radicals
- Helps protect from nausea
- Reduces vomiting
- Reduces skin rashes
- Maintains Hair color
- Normalizes Cholesterol levels
- Helps prevent dizziness
- Helps prevent hearing loss
- Supports healthy reproduction

Dietary Fiber:
- Normalizes Blood Sugar Levels
- Normalizes Cholesterol Levels
- Helps prevent constipation
- Helps prevent hemorrhoids
- Supports Weight Loss

Well, did you enjoy finding out about this Amazing Natural Food that our Creator provided us with, well, I sure did enjoyed it and I will definitelly be looking for it in stores :) Also, below I provided some products that are made with Amaranth plant. Thanks for reading and enjoy.

Amaranth Grains . Amaranth Cereal . Amaranth Crackers

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