Merchant Gourmet: Glorious Grains with Red Rice Quinoa 250g

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5018095196596 (CER046)
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Delivery from RM7 or FREE for orders over RM155
Trusted Online Since 2011 | Over 125,000 Orders Shipped
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A nutritious mix of wheatberries, red rice, freekeh, black barley and quinoa, our Glorious Grains have been simply cooked with water and a dash of olive oil – they add a beautifully nutty flavour to salads and stir-fries.

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  • Low saturated fat
  • Source of fibre
  • Suitable for vegans
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INSTRUCTIONS

Squeeze the pouch to loosen the grains. For best results, heat through in a pan with a dash of water. Otherwise, tear a 2cm opening at the top and microwave for 45s at 900w, or simply enjoy it cold.

INGREDIENTS

Wheatberries (39%) (contains Gluten) (Water, Wheatberries), Red Rice (19%) (Water, Red Rice), Freekeh (contains Gluten) (19%) (Water, Freekeh), Black Barley (contains Gluten) (9%) (Water, Black Barley), White Quinoa (9%), (Water, White Quinoa), Olive Oil.

Breastfeeding tips:

Grains offer vital nutrients, especially whole grains, such as brown rice and whole-wheat bread. People should aim to eat 8 ounces (oz) a day if they are exclusively breastfeeding, or 6 oz if they are also formula-feeding.

Some grains, such as quinoa, are also high in protein, which is an essential nutrient to eat when breastfeeding.

Mention you're struggling with milk supply and you'll hear “oh my friend used xx and it really helped her milk supply!”

There are some things that have been shown to boost supply, and you can use them as a supplement to your diet.

Oatmeal has been known to boost milk supply.  A bowl of oatmeal daily, or even oatmeal cookies, may give you a greater supply.

Quinoa, a seed that's cooked like rice, has been used by traditional societies during lactation and is said to boost milk production. Quinoa can also be sprouted.

There are various milk teas on the market.  No, these aren't teas made with milk.  They're made with herbs that are supposed to boost milk production.

Fenugreek is an herbal supplement you can take which many women have found helps boost milk production.  You know you're taking enough when your sweat smells like maple syrup.

What you eat directly impacts your breastfeeding. So explore the internet for oatmeal and quinoa recipes, because both foods have a natural influence on mother and baby during pregnancy and breastfeeding.

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INSTRUCTIONS


Squeeze the pouch to loosen the grains. For best results, heat through in a pan with a dash of water. Otherwise, tear a 2cm opening at the top and microwave for 45s at 900w, or simply enjoy it cold.


INGREDIENTS


Wheatberries (39%) (contains Gluten) (Water, Wheatberries), Red Rice (19%) (Water, Red Rice), Freekeh (contains Gluten) (19%) (Water, Freekeh), Black Barley (contains Gluten) (9%) (Water, Black Barley), White Quinoa (9%), (Water, White Quinoa), Olive Oil.


Breastfeeding tips:


Grains offer vital nutrients, especially whole grains, such as brown rice and whole-wheat bread. People should aim to eat 8 ounces (oz) a day if they are exclusively breastfeeding, or 6 oz if they are also formula-feeding.


Some grains, such as quinoa, are also high in protein, which is an essential nutrient to eat when breastfeeding.


Mention you're struggling with milk supply and you'll hear “oh my friend used xx and it really helped her milk supply!”


There are some things that have been shown to boost supply, and you can use them as a supplement to your diet.


Oatmeal has been known to boost milk supply.  A bowl of oatmeal daily, or even oatmeal cookies, may give you a greater supply.


Quinoa, a seed that's cooked like rice, has been used by traditional societies during lactation and is said to boost milk production. Quinoa can also be sprouted.


There are various milk teas on the market.  No, these aren't teas made with milk.  They're made with herbs that are supposed to boost milk production.


Fenugreek is an herbal supplement you can take which many women have found helps boost milk production.  You know you're taking enough when your sweat smells like maple syrup.


What you eat directly impacts your breastfeeding. So explore the internet for oatmeal and quinoa recipes, because both foods have a natural influence on mother and baby during pregnancy and breastfeeding.

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