Buckwheat has a number of health benefits and it should be an essential part of your daily nutrition. Numerous studies have proved that the healing properties buckwheat possesses can cure many health conditions.
The fruit can significantly improve your memory and it is commonly known as the food for the brain. Tea prepared from, buckwheat flowers can improve the function of your lings and the entire respiratory system, while a mixture made from leaves and flowers is beneficial in treating atherosclerosis.
Buckwheat has the ability to relieve the effects of radiation and chemotherapy and excessive mental work. Also, it is effective in treating cardiovascular conditions, particularly high blood pressure and digestive disorders.
Buckwheat is not a cereal, and It does not contain gluten
When compared to grains, buckwheat is low in calories and rich in a number of essential nutrients, including proteins, amino acids, iron, potassium, phosphorus, magnesium, iodine, vitamins B1, B6, and P.
A number of nutritionists suggest including the plant in the daily diet of patients suffering from anemia, hypertension and liver disease.
This diet lasts for 14 days. You will lose 14 pounds in just two weeks and your body will be cleaned from toxins and excess waste.
Buckwheat will help you get rid of your appetite and lose weight easy
Recipe for cooking buckwheat:
In the evening, pour boiling water over the grain. Then, drain the water and pour boiling water again (1 cup buckwheat- 1.5 glasses of water). You can prepare one, two, or three cups, depending on your choice. It is recommended that you start with one and later add more depending on your appetite.
Cover, and leave it overnight (do not boil). You can consume the drink the following morning.
You can consume buckwheat as much as you want, without spices, sauces or salt. Drink 1 liter of kefir throughout the day (no more than 1%-1.6% fat).