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Organic farming is based on the natural soil fertility, possibly with the help of organic substances, excluding the use of chemical substances such as pesticides and agrochemicals, in order to avoid soil and groundwater pollution as well as the crop itself.

Consuming products from organic agriculture is therefore a step towards an improvement of life quality since it results in a lesser pollution rate and in an absence of toxic residues in our food.

Less environmental pollution means also to preserve animal and plant species form extinction and therefore to maintain the natural biodiversity of our Earth, which is our duty to try to leave to the next generations.

Organic farming does not allow genetically modified organisms.

The absence of toxic residues prevents that the assimilation of harmful substances, even in small quantities, and therefore reduces the chances to generate pathologies and intolerances in our organism.

Moreover, whole grains organic food has a high content of antioxidants and nutrients and is a valuable support to anyone who wants to follow a healthy, balanced and tasty diet. It may also help to control our weight which is important in preventing cardiovascular disease and diabetes.

The higher cost of organic products, originated by the absence of intensive farming and by a lower yield of the land in general terms, must be properly compared with the lowest environmental pollution and the higher benefits to our health in the long term. Furthermore a healthy, balanced and tasty diet, requires smaller quantities of product to fully satisfy our body. This is certainly positive, even in economic terms.

 
 

The most authoritative scientific literature attributes to oats some important beneficial effects on our organism. Oatmeal constitute a source of extended energy.

Thanks to the slow absorption rate of the carbohydrates which it contains, it reduces the negative effects due to glycaemic peaks.

Oats fibres are 55% composed by soluble fibres and 45% by insoluble fibres. The soluble fibres are those that are able to reduce the haematic fats (cholesterol included); the insoluble ones are essential because they prevent a great number of diseases among which the cancer of the colon, the haemorrhoids, constipation etc.

Einkorn (Triticum Monococcum) is an ancient wheat that since the bronze age has been used as food in the Mediterranean region and Asia Minor.

Einkorn like other spelts differs from wheat also for its high proteins and carotenoids content which have with Vitamin E a great antioxidant power.

Carotenoids, besides their nutritional features, confer to our products an unique flavour and their peculiar yellow-gold colour.

Its natural resistance and the low level of fertilizer needed for growing Einkorn, make it suitable for a ceral crop with low environmental impact.

Rye is one of the most widely cultivated cereal because it adapts well to cold conditions and requires no special terrain. Rye has been found in some Bronze Age findings, but it spread in Europe from the fourth century. In Italy it is cultivated mainly in the foothills.

Rye is a food that contains carbohydrates, minerals, vitamins of group B and group E, fiber, protein and lysine, an aminoacid important for the human body as it helps to strengthen the immune system and to fix calcium in the bones.

Rye is best known fot its antisclerotic, energetic, purifying and restorative properties and also for its great fiber content which makes it perfect for who suffesr from constipation.

Rye gives to our products a unique taste that you will learn to love and that will help you to intake all its positive elements.

 

 

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