Healthy food: buckwheat with kefir
Natural source of vitamins
Buckwheat is a very strong biological culture that easily squeezes out any weeds from its crops, which does not require the obligatory treatment of various kinds of chemical means in order to protect against insect pests. This unique ability to grow without pesticides and poisons served as the basis for including this product in the category of “health food”. And if in the menu of our ancestors, buckwheat was an absolutely independent dish intended for gaining strength and additional endurance, now such a combination as buckwheat with kefir, used as the main source of various vitamins, has become widespread. Due to the large number of beneficial microelements, healing from many different diseases is achieved.
Basic trace elements
Buckwheat with kefir is an indispensable product of healthy nutrition, containing in its composition about 30% carbohydrates, about 16% of proteins, up to 3-5% of fats,as well as a number of essential amino acids, starch, fiber, citric acid, rutin, vitamin B, trace elements of the PP group, oxalic acid, malic acid, such minerals as phosphorus, potassium, iron, copper, zinc, boron, magnesium, calcium, nickel , iodine and cobalt. At the same time, all the listed components are in this dish several times more than in the croup of any other species.
Indications for use
Experts in the field of modern medicine recognize that buckwheat with kefir is very healthy. This particular dish is increasingly prescribed as an effective therapeutic and prophylactic agent. Buckwheat with kefir normalizes the work of the gastrointestinal tract, helps many women forget about the problem of thrush and eliminates hypertension. In addition, it helps to get rid of anemia and liver problems. Buckwheat with kefir is also effective in pancreatitis and cholecystitis, since it provides accelerated healing and good pancreatic clearance. In some cases, this dish can be appointed to reduce the appearance of allergic reactions to some external or internal stimuli.It also helps buckwheat with kefir in diabetes, in a short time reducing the sugar content in the blood and normalizing blood formation. Due to the low content of fiber and carbohydrates, it is very useful to use this dish for the elderly and those who are on special diets.
In order that such a dish as buckwheat with kefir, was really useful, grits should not be cooked. It is only necessary to rinse it well in cold water, pour it into a deep pan, and then pour over the kefir with 2.5% fat. Next, cover the container with a lid and leave for 10-12 hours at room temperature. During this time, buckwheat will have time to swell, partially absorb moisture and become very crumbly and soft. At the same time all the trace elements and beneficial substances contained in it, will remain intact. The healing power of buckwheat prepared in this way is much higher than after heat treatment.