Real food continues to fascinate me. A Harvard study found that the Rutin, a flavonoid, in buckwheat has an antithrombotic property. In simple terms, it has anti-clotting properties. Rutin was at the top of the list of 5,000 compounds that had anti-clotting properties. Real food for real health. Since buckwheat is a seed from the rhubarb family and it is gluten-free and not officially a grain. It can be sprouted, it can be ground into flour, it can be eaten as morning porridge, kashi and so much more.Continue reading Buckwheat, Gluten-Free and Good For the Heart
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