Why we love organic royal quinoa


Are you looking for a new healthy dish that you can add to your recipe book? we have a recommendation for you... Organic Royal Quinoa! 

What is Quinoa?

Quinoa (pronounced “keen-wah”) is a dried seed that is native to South America (1). When cooked, quinoa is similar to brown rice. Quinoa is rich in fibre, protein & carbohydrates and is a gluten-free grain option, making it an ideal alternative to wheat or barley.

Quinoa also typically contains quercetin & kaempferol which provide antioxidant properties. Antioxidants can help fight free radicals and play a role in protecting DNA, proteins, and lipids from oxidative stress.

What is Organic Royal Quinoa?

Royal Quinoa is the highest quality of quinoa and is nuttier and fluffier than other types of quinoa. Peak Supps Organic Royal Quinoa is sourced from Bolivia and is organically certified under the soil association (GB-ORG-05).

Our favourite ways to cook Organic Royal Quinoa 

Quinoa easily absorbs flavours, so it's good to experiment with different spices and seasonings. Our favourite way to cook quinoa is with a broth or stock like vegetable or chicken. Quinoa can also be made with salsa, garlic seasoning, or onion seasoning, the choice is yours! 

If you're looking for some tasty quinoa recipes to follow, we've found a great blog to have a look at - How to flavour quinoa

Benefits of Royal Organic Quinoa 

  • Nuttier and fluffier than other types of quinoa
  • Rich in fibre, protein and carbohydrates
  • Contains quercetin and kaempferol which have antioxidant properties
  • Antioxidants play a role in protecting DNA
  • Royal is the highest-quality quinoa
  • Gluten-free grain, a great alternative to wheat or barley
  • Organic royal quinoa contains 0.72mg of iron (5.1 NRV) with each serving


Our Organic Royal Quinoa 




Resources & Links

 The Nutrition Source https://www.hsph.harvard.edu/nutritionsource/food-features/quinoa/#:~:text=Quinoa%20(pronounced%20%E2%80%9Ckeen%2Dwah,Ecuador%2C%20Chile%2C%20and%20Peru.

How To Flavor Quinoa: 6 Easy Ways


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