First of all, we would like to introduce you to the best sources of carbohydrates that are the basis of the diet in most cases:
White buckwheat , unroasted (BG *) - is a good source of magnesium. Due to the fact that it is not roasted, it is free from the characteristic taste associated with millet.
Millet (BG *) - is a good source of silicon in the diet, which has a positive effect on the skin, hair and nails.
Rice (BG *) - easy to prepare, easy to digest.
Potatoes (BG *) - are a good source of e.g. Vitamin C and phosphorus, interestingly when cooked, have a very high satiety index.
Sweet potatoes (BG *) - a wealth of microelements and provitamin A (beta-carotene).
Oats - comes in the form of flakes. as well as flours and groats. Thanks to the content of beta-glucans, it perfectly regulates the lipid metabolism.
Quinoa (BG *) - in addition to carbohydrates, it provides a large amount of protein, including all exogenous amino acids, making it a great addition to the diet of vegetarians.
Amaranth (BG *) - an interesting dietary supplement, it has a slightly nutty aftertaste.
Sourdough rye bread - thanks to the fermentation process, enzymes that increase the bioavailability of vitamins and microelements are activated.
Fruit (BG *) - a great source of vitamins and microelements, it is not worth giving them up, but also do not overdo them in the diet - 1-2 servings a day will be approx.
Spelled - a very old variety of wheat, richer in minerals, is a great alternative to traditional wheat bread.
(BG *) - gluten-free product - you will read about who should avoid gluten in a week :)
The author of the text: Monika Podos from Kułaga Synergy - https://kulagasynergy.pl/