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Food for champions are superfoods that have been used over the years by indigenous peoples to heal the mind and body in the human being. Currently, it is a good idea to include them in our diet to improve performance, increase vitality and thus feel younger.


Due to its high content of protein and fats, the lupine is known as the Andean soy. In relation to other legumes the lupine contains a higher percentage of protein (42-51%) and is particularly rich in lysine, which helps strengthen the immune system. The increase in consumption of chocho will improve the health and nutritional status of the populations of Ecuador.

-It has a high level of proteins, it can contain up to 23%.
-It is composed of: minerals (calcium, iron, magnesium), vitamins (C, E, B1, B2 and niacin) and phosphorus.
-It is rich in amino acids, which influence brain development.
– Its fat content is rich in Omega 6.
-It is an important source of soluble and insoluble fiber.
-Has a very low glycemic index.

-It has more protein than wheat, but it has much less gluten.
-It is a good source of potassium, magnesium and phosphorus, but its greatest virtue is its richness in trace elements.
-The machica is emollient, restorative, digestive, diuretic, detoxifying, tonic, slightly vasoconstrictive, anti-inflammatory, laxative, alkalizing, antiseptic and mineralizing.

Full dish, restorative and energizing. When the barley rice is milled by hand, the processing does not completely eliminate the bran but only the thickest part. This is an advantage since it is precisely the bran that contains the greatest amount of fiber, an essential substance for a good digestion, as well as minerals..

-It provides energy, necessary for the development of metabolic processes.
-Provides essential nutrients for the body.
-The panela sugar is free of substances that can harm health.
-It strengthens the immune system, avoiding diseases of the respiratory and urinary system.
-Strengthens the bones, fights osteoporosis and prevents cavities, due to the presence of phosphorus and calcium that become part of the dental structure and alkaline cations.
-It regulates the heart rate and nervous excitability.

Roasted corn is a good source of carbohydrates, protein and fiber. Like proteins, fiber contains food in the stomach for a long period, which keeps you satisfied between meals. Fiber is also essential for digestion, and helps accelerate food throughout the intestines.

The traditional morocho is rich in vitamins A, B and C, in fiber and in mineral salts such as potassium, calcium and phosphorus; ideal for children, youth and adults. For every four spoons of morocho that is consumed, it contributes to the organism proteins, fats, fiber and carbohydrates. Being a dry grain, it has significant amounts of vitamin A (beta carotene), important antioxidant, preventive for degenerative and cardiovascular diseases.
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