Today, modern science confirms that amaranth is truly a "supergrain." Amaranth is rich in lysine, one of the essential amino acids that is usually low in other grains. It contains three times as much fiber and five times as much iron as wheat, and has more than 12 different vitamins and minerals. From a nutritional standpoint, it is clear why the Aztecs referred to amaranth as a "wonder grain."
Good Source of Fiber Kamut delivers rich flavor and great
nutrition for a valuable addition to any diet. Blending Ancient Egyptian Kamut wheat with the goodness of Amaranth, Quinoa and ...