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  • Buckwheat
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  • Oatmeal
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  • Millet
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  • Semolina
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  • Couscous
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  • Rice
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  • Pearl barley
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  • Barley grits
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  • Corn grits
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  1. Buckwheat

    Buckwheat

    Buckwheat is obtained from buckwheat grains, which in fact does not apply to grains. This is a relative of sorrel (if you look closely at the panicles of sorrel, you can see small seeds, similar in shape to buckwheat). Grains in their shape resemble beech tree nuts, so in some European countries it is called "beech wheat."
  2. Oatmeal

    Oatmeal

    Oatmeal contains high-quality easily digestible vegetable protein, necessary for the construction of body cells. The product is rich in dietary fiber, which does not dissolve in the digestive tract, swells and gently scrapes toxins from the intestinal walls, decay products without damaging the surface and mucous membranes (calorizator). Oatmeal contains starch, a balanced complex of amino acids, almost all B vitamins that protect nerve cells and have beneficial effects on metabolic processes and the condition of skin and hair. Oatmeal contains antioxidants - substances that increase the bodys resistance to negative environmental influences and infections. Oatmeal tends to reduce the absorption of sugars and stabilize blood sugar levels.
  3. Millet

    Millet

    Millet has a rich vitamin and mineral complex, in which: B vitamins, of which vitamin B6 is most prominent, accelerating the metabolic reactions of the body; as well as phosphorus, necessary for the growth and strengthening of bones and teeth and retaining calcium, and magnesium, which is involved in all processes of the heart muscle.
  4. Semolina

    Semolina

    The product contains vitamins B1, B2, B6, E, H and PP, as well as the necessary minerals: potassium, calcium, magnesium, iron, cobalt, phosphorus and sodium, starches. There is not much fiber in semolina, so it is ideal for “sparing” diets, recovery after abdominal surgery. A distinctive feature of semolina is its ability to be digested and absorbed in the lower intestine without irritating its walls, this is important for those who suffer from diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, especially ulcers and gastritis. Semolina is good for maintaining weakened body strength after illness, during a breakdown, or after a nervous breakdown.
  5. Couscous

    Couscous

    Couscous groats are an exotic product for many, but in reality they are specially processed grains of wheat, rice, barley or millet. At first they made this cereal from semolina. The process was quite painstaking, and only women did it. Semolina was mixed with a little flour and water. Then, everything was thoroughly mixed to form small grains. After that, it was necessary to add more water and flour, and only then grains formed, which were eventually dried to obtain the final product. The original product almost immediately became popular in many parts of the world.
  6. Rice

    Rice

    Rice has a rich history; it has been eaten for about 9 thousand years. They grow it today almost all over the world. There is no evidence yet which country is the birthplace of rice. There is a unanimous opinion that steel was first grown in the territory of Southeast Asia. Rice is also used to make starch and flour, and oil is used to make cereal germ.
  7. Pearl barley

    Pearl barley

    In the process of preparing pearl barley, barley grains are polished 6 times, as a result of which the husk and top layer are removed. Perlovka got its name due to the shape of grains, which, when processed, become like pearls. Due to the large amount of fiber, pearl barley has a positive effect on intestinal function. It exhibits antiviral properties, preventing the occurrence of colds and herpes. Its lysine contributes to the production of collagen, keeping the skin smooth and supple, preventing the appearance of wrinkles. A large amount of phosphorus contributes to better absorption of calcium, normalization of metabolism and regulation of brain activity. Barley porridge removes toxins from the body, toxins, prevents the accumulation of fatty deposits.
  8. Barley grits

    Barley grits

    The cell is rich in B vitamins, which normalize the nervous system, nourish the brain, and have a beneficial effect on appetite and sleep. Vitamin PP is responsible for blood circulation, improves the condition of the skin, nails and hair. Vitamin E affects all biochemical processes within the body. Hordecin, an antibacterial substance, is used to treat fungal infections. The protein that is contained in the cell is indispensable for the body. It blocks the aging process, fights viruses, infections and various internal inflammations.
  9. Corn grits

    Corn grits

    Corn grits are made from corn kernels by crushing and further grinding. According to the degree of grinding, five numbers of corn grits are distinguished, numbers 1-3 have coarse grinding, 4 and 5 are fine. Corn grits ideally preserve the sunny yellow color of corn, do not contain extraneous inclusions, and have a slightly noticeable nutty flavor. In the composition of the product: crushed corn kernels. Corn grits contain vegetable dietary fiber, which stimulate intestinal motility, vitamins A, group B (especially B1, B2), C, E, K, PP, all the main antioxidants that accelerate brain function, increase blood hemoglobin level and assist in transmission nerve impulses.