Lethathamo la lijo-thollo
Lithollo li fa 'mele ea rona lik'habohaedreite, liprotheine, liminerale, livithamine, likhoele tsa limela kapa fiber.
Sebopeho sa eona, lijo-thollo li na le mochini o rarahaneng oa li-micro-le macroelements tse ikarabellang bakeng sa tšebetso e tloaelehileng ea 'mele oohle. Ha li khotsofatse tlala feela ebile li re fa matla empa hape li thusa ts'ebetsong ea ho monya lijo.
Melemo ea lijo-thollo
Cereals contain the whole complex of vitamins (A, C, B, E), minerals (phosphorus, potasiamo, zinc), and so-called ballast substances that help cleanse the intestines of and toxins.
For example, millet is rich in easily digestible carbohydrates and proteins, but at the same time, it is low in calories. Reduces blood cholesterol levels improves immunity and normalizes metabolism. Semolina is especially useful for the lower intestine: it cleans it of mucus, toxins, and toxins.
Harese groats contain many fiber, natural antioxidants, enzymes, vitamins A, PP, E, and D, and a whole range of minerals (magnesium, phosphorus, Cobalt, zinki, mankanese, tšepe, molybdenum, Iodine, bromine, nickel). Increases immunity has a beneficial effect on the nervous, musculoskeletal, and circulatory systems.
Oatmeal is rich in soluble fiber, amino acids, essential oli, vitamins of groups B, E, and K. Groats strengthen all body tissues, improve brain function, relieve fatigue and stress, and cleanse the blood cholesterol.
Kotsi ea lijo-thollo
Lijo-thollo li na le starch, 'me ngoana ea ka tlase ho lilemo tse 2 ha a na li-enzyme tse khethehileng tse li sebetsang, ka hona lijo-thollo ha lia lokela ho fepa masea.
Also, in cereals, acid-forming substances can acidify the body and lead to acidosis (a shift in the acid-base balance of the body). Therefore, it is recommended to alternate porridge with meroho.
Ha ho joalo khalsiamo in cereals. If you eat some cereals for a long time, then problems with joints, teeth, nails, hair may arise—the first signs of calcium deficiency: nausea, vomiting, irritability, and fatigue.
Mokhoa oa ho khetha lijo-thollo tse nepahetseng
Ha u khetha lijo-thollo tse ling, ithute ponahalo ea eona. 'Mala o tlameha ho tšoana le maemo a ona. Haeba ke raese, joale lijo-thollo tse ntle li tšoeu, nyalothe e tšehla, joalo-joalo.
In a quality product, you will not see foreign impurities, litter, or mold, as well as crushed and broken grains. Also, cereals do not have pronounced odors (except for buckwheat), so pay attention that the cereal’s aroma remains neutral. If you feel an extraneous “odor,” – chemicals have been added, or the product is spoiled.
Do not forget to look at the production date and expiration date of the cereal and check the packaging’s tightness.