Cereals have played a vital role in providing human food for thousands of years. The beautiful story of cultivating, holding, and harvesting cereal grains is a story of humility and pride at the same time. From the moment the seed humbly buries its head to the time when it stands firmly against the wind and shows off its enchanting beauty to once again put its heart into the mill purer than before, enduring the wounds and fire of the dominant strength of the table. All the interesting parts of this story are long and beautiful, and it is this beauty that has attracted mankind to him for so many years so that he can see the glory of God in every single seed. Thus, with a combination of five nutritious grains, including wheat flour, cornflour, rice flour, barley flour, rye flour, and also soy flour, after nearly two years of extensive research, we have been able to create a wonderful combination of healthy and delicious products called biscuits. Salamat BisFit ( 5 Grain ) Biscuit (Bis Fit) is a source of fiber and has a high nutritional value and is useful for all ages from children and adolescents to the elderly. The following are the unique characteristics of each of these grains in terms of fiber, vitamins, and minerals. Wheat flour: Contains vitamins B1, B5, B3, manganese, phosphorus, magnesium, selenium and is rich in zinc, copper, and potassium. Prevents heart disease in children, prevents asthma and gastrointestinal risks, and is used to reduce the risk of high blood pressure and prevent high blood cholesterol.
Corn flour: The yellow color of the flour is due to the presence of Zein protein in it. Due to the presence of thiamine, it helps in the metabolism of carbohydrates in the body. Due to the insoluble fiber in cornflour, it helps in treating digestive diseases such as constipation and hemorrhoids. It is suitable for preventing anemia. Reduces the risk of lung disease and strengthens hair and nails in women and prevents hair loss. Contains essential fatty acids, magnesium, phosphorus, vitamin E, vitamin B5, vitamin B1, thiamine, and folic acid.
Barley flour: Barley flour is used to treat constipation and relieve bloating. Barley flour gluten due to its juiciness quenches thirst and quenches fever. Barley has been used in traditional medicine as a stimulant to produce milk in lactating women. Barley flour is also used to prevent diabetes.
Rice flour: It is rich in protease inhibitors that are very effective in delaying the growth of cancer and is known as an anti-tumor agent. It is anti-thirst and strengthens the liver.
Soy flour: Contains a substance called saponin that attaches to the body’s internal cholesterol and prevents the absorption of cholesterol in the body and reduces bad cholesterol (LDL) and blood triglycerides and reduces the risk of heart disease. It also prevents the secretion of enzymes that stimulate the growth of cells that make up the prostate. In postmenopausal women, consumption of soy flour reduces osteoporosis and prevents osteoarthritis.
Rye Flour: Umbrella fiber facilitates weight loss. Because it contains large amounts of non-cellulosic polysaccharides that have a large capacity to bind to water and very quickly make a person feel full. It also prevents the formation of gallstones (especially in women). It reduces the risk of type 2 diabetes because it contains magnesium and magnesium is an auxiliary substance of 300 enzymes that these enzymes play a role in glucose consumption and insulin secretion. It improves intestinal health. In postmenopausal women, it lowers cholesterol, blood pressure, and cardiovascular disease. It also prevents childhood asthma. Portulaca oleracea seed: purifies the blood and relieves thirst and can be useful for relieving cough. Used in traditional medicine for fever, antiseptic, antispasmodic, and diuretic. It stops bleeding. In asthmatic patients, it dilates the airways and lowers blood sugar, and controls urination in diabetic patients. Portulaca oleracea seed strengthens the general strength of the body.
Sesame seeds: Due to the presence of magnesium, it promotes the health of blood vessels and the respiratory system, and also reduces high blood pressure, due to the presence of zinc, maintains bone health and prevents hair loss in women, and strengthens nails, and beautifies the skin. Sesame enhances sexual power and is also useful for relieving gallbladder discomfort.
|Amount per 100gr||kcal||470|
|Calories from fat per 100gr||kcal||150|