Wheat Alternatives. Quinoa is a complete protein, and easy to prepare. It cooks like rice. 1 cup quinoa added to 2 cups boiling water. Stir quinoa in an bring back to a boil. Then turn to simmer and steam for 30 minutes until light and fluffy.
A Breakfast Cereal
I used to make quinoa with steel cut oats and old-fashioned oats. I made them in separate pots, and that became too much work, so I now cook them together. Between this and McCann’s, I don’t perceive a difference, although I guess some reviewers favor one or the other. Going on price, as of Feb 2012, this is a definite “best buy”.
Simpler unprocessed forms of Oats remove cholesterol from the body, to lower total cholesterol, and with a well-rounded diet will help normalize and align the HDL and LDL cholesterols.
So cooking them together I add about 4 cups of water to a 3 qt pot and bring to a boil. I add 3/4 cup of steel cut oats and then 3/4 cup of old-fashioned or rolled oat
These are the gluten-free oats, or if you do have a gluten sensitivity try an alternative flour. There are some listed below. Eat something other than oatmeal for breakfast. I finally settled on Low Fat Greek Yogurt.
I stir and boil for 5 minutes, then I stir in 1 cup of the quinoa, and if I need more water I add it here. Bring to a boil, and then cover and turn to simmer and steam for 30 minutes.
Do you like snacks and can’t quite eliminate processed foods from your eating? This page shows the snacks that support each blood type. Find the perfect snacks to help with digestion, and weight loss and pain avoidance.
Other recipes can be found for different grains under Wheat Alternatives. Hope you will enjoy this and it will help you lose your belly fat and feel better too.
Gluten Free Bread Explained Relative to the Video
Sorghum is good for the Teacher Genotype, it is neutral for Blood Type A and Blood Type B non-secretors, neutral for the Hunter and Explorer Genotype.
I added this recipe because some of the others had cornstarch. Cornstarch is not a good choice as we age, especially, for the O blood type, as well as the AB blood type and B blood types.
Better than whole wheat or regular there are other great flours. Brown rice flour is neutral for everyone.
It is great you can substitute Arrowroot for Tapioca starch because tapioca is an avoid for Blood Types B and Blood Type AB.
I like that she adds protein to the flour Chickpea flour is good for blood type O and Amaranth flour is highly beneficial for Blood Type A. Spelt is good for Blood Type AB. Quinoa is neutral for everyone and a complete protein.
- 3/4 cup chickpea flour (BT-O) or amaranth flour (BT-A) Millet Flour (BT-B) and spelt flour (BT-AB)
- 1 cup of this non-corn starch: 1/2 cup of cream of tartar, 1/2 tsp of arrowroot, 1/4 tsp of baking
- 1/2 cup brown rice flour. Actually pea flour or this pea flour makes a much nicer soft muffin.
Avoid guar or xantham gum for the stickiness, It is not needed for these better flours.
If you decide to go gluten-free, Be wary, as Corn is an avoid for Blood Type O, Blood Type B, and Blood Type AB. Corn interferes with insulin efficiency and slows metabolic rate. For Blood Type B, corn causes hypoglycemia.
Tapioca is an avoid for Blood Types B and AB.