Sacha Inchi – High Protein Superfood

 

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[3] Sacha inchi is a complete protein source offering high amounts of health-promoting Omega 3 fatty acids, vitamins, minerals, and phytochemicals. In its raw form, sacha inchi is a high protein legume. Sacha Inchi Seeds Organic Premium Nutritious Superfood Complete Protein, Fiber & Omega Packed – Vegan, Gluten Free & USDA Certified 16oz (454g) Perfect for Snacks, Baked & Non-Baked Goods 3.8. Sacha Inchi (Plumenetia voubilis) has been cultivated by local communities in Peru for many centuries, with evidence of this being an important food source dating right back to the time of the Inca tribes. Due to its high protein and Omega 3 fatty acid content it is now being widely sought after as a newly emerging superfood.

As shown in the nutritional values, sacha inchi nuts provide approximately 7.3 grams of protein per ounce serving. Per 100 grams, this equates to 26 grams of protein, which is far higher than. Sacha inchi is made into oils and powders, but its seeds are more commonly eaten after roasting.

The roasted sacha inchi seed is a quality snack choice due to its high concentration of Omega-3 and complete proteins. Hailed as a new superfood, sacha inchi is a nut native to the Amazon jungle in South America. It contains all the essential amino acids, making it a complete protein source. It’s also one. Nutrition Facts of Sacha Inchi Sacha inchi seeds are packed with nutrients, including monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats, as well as protein, vitamin E, dietary fiber, potassium, calcium, magnesium, vitamin A and various other antioxidants.

Sacha inchi seeds do contain a high level of calories, with roughly 170 per ounce of these seeds. This is a crowd favorite superfoods! Sacha Inchi is an amazing Keto snack, full of Plant-Protein. Mixed it in just like you would almonds, or just eat it right out of the pouch!Sacha inchi seeds (Seed protein) come from the Plekenetia volubilis fruit, which grows at elevation in the tropical jungles of South America.

Also known as the “Inca peanut,” “wild peanut,” or. Region: Sacha Inchi has been cultivated for centuries on the eastern slopes of the Andes at altitudes of up to 5,500 ft. Nutrients: Sacha inchi has high levels of protein and omega 3 fatty acids.

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