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Freekeh is wheat grain before it is dried and ground. Unlike quinoa, freekeh is not gluten-free, but it is very similar to quinoa in terms of its nutritional value, protein content, and fiber.

Fresh green freekeh can be eaten when the wheat is harvested, or it can be eaten cooked after drying the grain


Freekeh benefits (benefits of freekeh)


First, improves digestion

It greatly helps in promoting and facilitating digestive health and digestion and alleviating common digestive problems.

Second: Weight Control

It is known that foods rich in proteins have the ability to make a person feel full for a longer period, which helps to lose weight over time, as it reduces the desire to eat any snacks during the day, which reduces calories consumed


Third: Promote eye health

Freekeh is a great source of important and necessary antioxidants, as it contains lutein and zeaxanthin, which are antioxidants known for their ability to fight cell aging with age.


Fourth: Control blood sugar levels

Freekeh is an ideal option for people with diabetes who are looking for natural ways to keep their sugar levels under control. The glycemic index of whole grains such as freekeh is 43, which makes it a very suitable option for diabetics.

  1. Whole Grain Freekeh

  2. Half-Crushed Freekeh

  3. Crushed Freekeh

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