The buckwheat is very useful plant that should be a must have in your daily meals.
According to numerous studies buckwheat seed has medical properties that can help in the treatment and prevention of many health conditions, so you should often have it on your table.
Buckwheat can significantly improve cognitive abilities – commonly known as a brain food.
Tea made from the flower of the buckwheat can improve the function of lungs and entire respiratory system, while the mix made of leaves and flowers helps in treating atherosclerosis.
Buckwheat has been proven effective in removing food side effects of radiation and chemotherapy.
In addition, it is effective in the treatment of cardiovascular diseases, especially in high blood pressure and digestive disorders.
Unlike grains which have a limited number of beneficial nutrients and high in calories, buckwheat is rich in protein, amino acids, iron, potassium, phosphorus, magnesium, iodine and vitamins B1, B6 and C, having a low caloric value.
This diet lasts 14 days and you will lose at least 14 pounds …
Buckwheat will help cut your appetite and lose pounds easily.
Recipe for cooking the buckwheat:
A glass buckwheat add 1.5 cups of boiling water. Strain it, then re-add 1.5 cups of boiling water (usually go 1.5 cups to 1 cup buckwheat, but you’ll be able to specify the amount).
Cover the mixture and leave overnight for the seed to bulge. The next morning consume the buckwheat.
If you cook the buckwheat this way, you can eat as much as you want, without spices, sauces or salt added.
Drink 1 liter of yogurt during the day (no more than 1% -1.6% fat), so for two weeks you will achieve the desired weight.