Although nutritional claims have varied over the years, one principle remains true: whole foods are your best defense against artificial ingredients. When you take a zucchini, an apple, or whole grain quinoa, and you prepare it yourself, you know that your food is free of processes that might have removed precious nutrients.
The Bolivian proposal was supported by a steering committee from Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Ecuador, Egypt, France and Peru: United Nations declares 2013 the International Year of Quinoa The General Assembly of the United Nations, during its 91st session, declared the year 2013 as the International Year of Quinoa (IYQ).
Quinoa, the “Golden Grain”, coveted by the world and exciting to Bolivia Small snowflakes are diluted in the trenches of a newly opened land, previously parched and thirsty. Miguel Choque exhales the damp and cold air of the Bolivian highlands, smiles, and says that the snow is a good omen for planting quinoa.