Organic Amaranth for The Consumer

Anto Natural Foods' Amaranth is a tiny grain that is versatile and can combine well with other grains. One of the reasons that Amaranth is emerging into the forefront amid grains is because it packs a powerful punch in nutritional benefits. It is also become overwhelmingly recognized because of its ease of use. Cooking amaranth is simple. It can be simmered like other grains and has a porridge like texture. Currently there is an increasing amount of amaranth recipes that are replacing unhealthy ingredients like sugary cereals.

When amaranth is combined with other nutritional grains, a rice-like dish can be made. Not only can Amaranth be consumed in a nutritious meal but it can also be used as an ingredient in homemade skin products. Currently there is an increasing amount of amaranth recipes that are replacing unhealthy ingredients like sugary cereals.

This may not be well known but Amaranth is more closely related to beets, Swiss chard, spinach and Quinoa than it is to other grains. Since it is so closely related to dark leafy greens, amaranth benefits are fairly similar as those greens. Amaranth is also unique in, that unlike wheat, it contains Lysine, Calcium, Iron and Magnesium.

Amaranth has a vast list of properties that make it so great for gluten free, vegan and overall healthy diets. Amaranth is soy free, nut free, vegan, vegetarian, non-GMO, egg free, dairy free, corn free, gluten free and low sodium.