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iEatProtein ieatprotein Quinoa Puffs Chocolate 10.58 oz

UPC: 019962835834     SKU ID: 12030
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ieatprotein, Quinoa Puffs, Hi-Protein Quinoa Cereal, Chocolate, 2g Fat, 0g Sugar, 10g Protein, 100% Organic Royal Quinoa Gluten Free, WHAT IS QUINOA? Quinoa is a grain crop that is grown for its edible seeds. It is pronounced Keen-Wah. It technically isn't a cereal grain, but a pseudocereal. In other words, it is basically a "seed" which is prepared and eaten similarly to a grain. Quinoa was an important crop for the inca empire back in the day. They referred to it as the "Mother of all grains" and believed it to be sacred. It has been consumed for thousands of years in south america, although it only became trendy and reached "superfood status" a few years ago. These days, you can find quinoa and products made with it all over the world... Especially in health food stores and restaurants that emphasize natural foods. There are three main types of quinoa... White, Red, and Black.

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size 1 Cup
Servings Per Container 10
 
Amount Per Serving
 
   Serving  % DV*
Calories 142   
 
Calories from Fat 18   
 
Total Fat 2 g 3.0000 %
 
Saturated Fat 0 1.0000 %
 
Trans Fat      
 
Cholesterol      
 
Sodium      
 
Total Carbohydrate 21 g 7.0000 %
 
Dietary Fiber 2 g 8.0000 %
 
Sugar      
 
Protein 10 g 20.0000 %
 
Vitamin A      
 
Vitamin C      
 
Calcium      
 
Iron    8.0000 %
 
 
*percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
 


100% Organic Royal Quinoa, Whey Protein Concentrate, Sucralose, Natural and Artificial Flavor.
ieatprotein, Quinoa Puffs, Hi-Protein Quinoa Cereal, Chocolate, 2g Fat, 0g Sugar, 10g Protein, 100% Organic Royal Quinoa Gluten Free, WHAT IS QUINOA? Quinoa is a grain crop that is grown for its edible seeds. It is pronounced Keen-Wah. It technically isn't a cereal grain, but a pseudocereal. In other words, it is basically a "seed" which is prepared and eaten similarly to a grain. Quinoa was an important crop for the inca empire back in the day. They referred to it as the "Mother of all grains" and believed it to be sacred. It has been consumed for thousands of years in south america, although it only became trendy and reached "superfood status" a few years ago. These days, you can find quinoa and products made with it all over the world... Especially in health food stores and restaurants that emphasize natural foods. There are three main types of quinoa... White, Red, and Black.