Quinoa vs. Riced Cauliflower…which one should you incorporate into your diet?⠀
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As you guys know, both quinoa and riced Cauliflower are SUPER popular substitutes for rice. 🍚You can find these all over the supermarkets near you, and they are becoming more and more popular on people’s diets every day.⠀
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Did you know that when it comes to macronutrients, one cup of cooked quinoa contains a total of 222 calories, 39 grams of carbs, 34 grams of net carbs, 5 grams of fiber, 4 grams of fat and 8 grams of protein?⠀
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With it’s high carb count, quinoa is great for people who are trying to bulk or just want a balanced diet, but not ideal if you’re following a low carb or keto diet because, even if you were to only have ½ cup with your meal, this amount of carbs in one sitting may push you over your carb intake for the day.⠀
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Then we have riced cauliflower. This is a perfect low carb alternative with amazing nutritional value. Not only it helps fight off inflammation, decrease the risk of heart disease, help balance hormones, improve weight loss, etc… but it also ONLY has 25 calories, 2 grams of net carbs, 2 grams of protein and zero grams of fat. Perfect if you’re following a low carb or keto diet.⠀
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Which of these 2 do you prefer?⠀
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