Brown rice is a good source of protein and fiber, and is both easily digestible and safe for people with allergies. This whole grain "superfood" is raw, sprouted, and prepared to help take your training to the next level with its richness of amino acids essential for muscle gain.
The quinoa (Quinoa) was highly valued by the Inca civilization. For good reason. This product is a rich source of protein, fiber, calcium, B vitamins and many other nutrients. These grain-like seeds help balance the amino acid profile without worrying about the gluten content.
Peas are another high-fiber, nutrient-packed, low-calorie superfood that is also an abundant source of amino acids and plant-based protein. According to the FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations), pea protein meets the demand for all essential amino acids. Peas are a source of such amino acids as: lysine, arginine, glutamine, leucine, isoleucine and valine (branched chain amino acids - BCAA).
Chia seeds (Spanish sage) are tiny seeds that act like power plants, full of nutrients, and even in the Aztec times, they served as food for both ordinary people and soldiers, hunting groups and runners. We have rediscovered their power, so we don't have to build a time machine or face the dangers of the ancient jungle to take advantage of all that these little seeds have to offer.
Amaranth is another ancient staple of the nutritional world. The Aztecs not only cultivated this plant, but also used it in religious ceremonies. Amaranth seeds contain similar nutrients to those provided by quinoa seeds. These features make amaranth a sustainable alternative to other grains and seeds.