January 19, 2021 2 min read

Health benefits of buckwheat kasha

Buckwheat kasha is a very nutritious grain used in many healthy dishes. It provides numerous vital nutrients and many health benefits. It is especially beneficial in promoting a healthy heart, digestion, and can help lower the risk of certain diseases. In this blog, we will talk about all of the potential health benefits of incorporating our certified organic buckwheat into your diet. 

Substituting whole grains with kasha makes the meal an instant gluten-free option that is packed with important and versatile nutrients. Kasha is an important protein source consisting of the essential amino acids, Vitamin B, phosphorous, potassium, iron, and calcium among others. Being a high fiber food, kasha can also assist with digestive health, regulate blood glucose fluctuations, and is considered good for heart health. Buckwheat has been linked to a lower risk of high blood pressure and high cholesterol. There have also been multiple studies that show how kasha may reduce the risk of diabetes. These studies showed how buckwheat kasha extract reduced the participant's blood sugar significantly.

Among the vitamins and nutrients, kasha is also an incredibly filling food, making it a good meal for those trying to stay full for longer. The Vitamin B in kasha can help strengthen cell metabolism and boost energy levels. It also helps digestion and promoting a healthy appetite. Kasha also contains magnesium, which can improve circulation and blood flow. Magnesium has been proven to lower the risk of diabetes, as it can help regulate blood sugar levels.

Read our previous blog, Why Organic Buckwheat Kasha? Part 1 - History and stay tuned for next week's blog on how to prepare our organic Kasha. Check out our other blogs for more information on our organic ingredients here 

 Try our USDA certified organic Buckwheat Kasha 

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