Quinoa

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Specific Goal: I want my audience to understand why Quinoa is considered a super food.

Introduction.
I. - From its modest origins in the Inca civilization in the Andes some 6000 years ago, quinoa has reached new heights with its high nutritional value. II.- Pronounced as “keen-wah”, this protein rich Incan super food has been called” the super grain of the future”. III.-NASA scientists looking for an ideal food for their long term space missions came across quinoa. IV.- NASA scientists considered quinoa virtually unrivaled in the plant or animal kindom for it’s excepcional life-sustaining nutrients.

Thesis Statement: I believe quinoa is considered a super grain of the future for its nutritional value, health benefits and the many ways it can be prepared.

Body.

I.- Quinoa has a rich nutritional value.ith only 222 caw c
A.- Quinoa contains more protein than any major grains. 1.- It has 12% to 18% protein content.
a.-Proteins are essential to the building and repair of the body’s tissues and to basic functions like growth, digestion and excretion. B.-It contains all the 9 essential amino acids, including lysine. 1.- Lysine is mainly essential for tissue growth and repair. C,- It has high levels of unsaturated fats contrary to most proteins. D.- Its fiber rich content makes it ideal for balancing the pH in the intestines and encouraging good digestion.   E.- Quinoa is rich in minerals like iron, magnesium, copper, manganese and phosphorus, and has low levels of carbohydrates. F.- Quinoa is also gluten free, which makes it safe for those with allergies to gluten. II.-Quinoa Has extraordinary health benefits.

A.-Quinoa is rich in fiber so helps to prevent heart disease by reducing high blood pressure and diabetes B. - Fiber lowers cholesterol and glucose levels, may lower your risk of developing hemorrhoids. C.-Quinoa helps you to lose weight as it takes a longer time to...
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