Grains

REVERSING TYPE 2 DIABETES

 REVERSING TYPE 2 DIABETES Written by Slawomir Gromadzki, MPH „Hello Slawek, just want to give you an update on how I’m getting on with my...

What are lectins?

Lectins are a type of protein that can bind to cell membranes. They are sugar-binding and become the “glyco” portion of glycoconjugates on the membranes....

Tsampa – the Tibetan delight

In partnership with the Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization (UNPO), we’d love to share this simple, tasty yet unique recipe: Tsampa, a typical Tibetan dish....

Oat Avenanthramides

Oat Avenanthramides Oats are one of the quintessential foods of the traditional Scottish diet. In terms of health benefits they are best known for their fibre content,...

Feed Cooked Grains

While a lot of time is spent focussed on horses that can’t eat grain in their diet, cereal grains such as oats, barley, triticale, corn,...

What Foods Contain Phytate?

PHYTATE IS FOUND IN HIGH AMOUNTS IN SEEDS AND UNREFINED (whole) CEREAL GRAINS  (in the bran and the outer hulls), also found in the outer...

Phytic acid.

Phytase is the enzyme that neutralizes phytic acid and liberates the phosphorus. This enzyme co-exists in plant foods that contain phytic acid. Ruminant animals such...
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