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How to Cook Quinoa – Healthy Recipes



Dr. Arjan Khalsa ( http://drarjan.com) shows you how to quickly make Quinoa. This is part of a series of videos to give you the tools to quickly make healthy food.

26 thoughts on “How to Cook Quinoa – Healthy Recipes

  1. What the fuck are you wearing on your head? Probably been to India one time and this fucking white libtard acts like she was raised there. We're supposed to believe that because she's got this fucking costume prop on her head that she has some profound wisdom and superior intellect. What she is wearing is a costume. Stupid ass is probably from Ohio and the name of her high school was the wildcats! I lived seven years overseas and traveled the entire world and every once and a while I'd come across a white libtard who was on their first trip overseas and suddenly they act like they were raised in India, Thailand, Egypt, or Kenya. Nice bullshit costume on a bullshit scam artist. #gowildcats! Lmao!

  2. Please do more research before you preach about healthy food ,thank you.
    1. Soy is generally genetically modified.

    There are a lot of good reasons to avoid genetically modified foods,
    and soy is one of the most common crops to be genetically modified.
    Somewhere upwards of 90 percent of the soybean crop is genetically
    modified.

    2. Unfermented soy contains high amounts of anti-nutrients

    Unfermented soy includes anti-nutrients, such as phytate, which can literally block your body from absorbing nutrients.

    3. A diet heavy in soy could lead to hormonal imbalances (which could lead to hormonal-driven cancers)

  3. Quinoa is a very healthy grain substitute. However, the idea that you can alter your blood's PH level through what you eat or drink is impossible. If you were able to affect it drastically, you would die. The body already has a buffer system in place which keeps blood PH between 7.35 and 7.45. A blood PH of above 8 or below 7 would kill you. While it's possible to alter the PH level of urine through diet, this is a completely separate system which has no correlation to blood.

  4. I made some Red Quinoa tonight. I added Kumato tomatoes (sweet brown grape tomatoes), avocado, red onions, corn, red beans, olive oil, and a splash of jalapeno pepper juice. It was delicious! Even the little one at it. Just cook the Quinoa, let it cool really good, and then add the other ingredients. Will definitely be trying other ways to prepare it as well. Thanks for posting.

  5. I have a question. How does a food change the PH of the stomach? I was thinking maybe that question was not a good question. Let me try again. Given the statement below. How will a foods PH alter the blood PH?
    The stomach is designed to change the PH of the food to 1.5 to 3.5, to properly brake the foods down. Then when entering the intestines for nutrient absorption the chyme is adjusted to a more neutral PH of 7 by the hormones, cholecystokinin and secretin.

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