June 21, 2022 2 min read

Kamut is widely known as a "supergrain" meaning it holds more nutritional value than most other grains. It is a good source of many nutrients, including protein, fiber, zinc, manganese, magnesium, and vitamin B. 

Kamut is extremely high in fiber, which is good for healthy digestion. It is also easier to digest than other whole wheat. This is because it has a different gluten content than whole wheat. Kamut is not gluten-free, but it is easier to digest than regular whole wheat for people who have gluten intolerance.

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Fiber also contributes to lower cholesterol and blood sugar. It can help lower your risk of heart disease, strokes, and cancer.

This grain is also said to be good for weight loss. The fiber content boosts your metabolism and keeps you full, thus curbing any cravings.

The antioxidants in Kamut help fight against free radicals, which are unstable cells that can cause many diseases.

Kamut is good for strong, healthy bones. This is because it is high in calcium, manganese, and zinc, which are all important for bone health. Consuming these minerals regularly can help increase bone mineral density.

In addition to helping strengthen bones, zinc supports a strong immune system. It helps speed up the production of white blood cells, which fights infection. Zinc also reduces inflammation and is an essential nutrient for liver function.

For more information on Kamut and other supergrains, read our blog What are Supergrains? Part 1

 

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