The Spelt has a balanced mixture of fats, with a diagonal towards poly-unsaturated fats. Combined with the magnificent fiber content, this balance helps control and lower cholesterol. Fatty acids are vital to the nervous system that provides a line of defense against tension and symptoms related to depression and fatigue, in addition to the high nutritional value.

Spelt is a good source of vitamins. Vitamin B (high in this cereal) helps control carbohydrates in metabolism, proteins and fats.

The Spelt is an excellent source of nutrition for those who look for good health and strength.

The Spelt, mentioned in the Old Testament also surpasses the wheat common in proteins, amino acids, minerals, and vitamins B-1 and B-2. It is rich in complex carbohydrates.

"No matter how you eat The Spelt, like bread or other foods, it's good and easy to digest."

Spelt has high solubility in water, so food is easily absorbed by the body.

It clots and stimulates the body's immune system. It is also a magnificent resource of fiber as it serves to ensure healthy cholesterol control and has large amounts of B-complex vitamins. The total protein content is, from 30 to 75% higher than common varieties of commercial wheat. Athletes who want extra carbohydrates, before competition find that The Escanda has a high level of "complex carbohydrates" for their dietary needs. Athletes are finding the advantages of additional energy and vitality with the introduction of Escanda products to their diet.

Neurotransmitters are important in determining mood and mental activity. Two important building blocks, phenylalanine and tryptophane, are well represented in the food profile of the Scandal. Dopamine and adrenaline and norepinephrine hormones are produced from phenylalanine, while tryptophan is a stimulant in Serotonin production, important for mood and attention.

Vitality and Energy

Why does The Spelt achieve vitality and energy?

The answer is, perhaps based, on the fact that The Spelt is a natural grain. It has not been crossed by hybridization repeatedly, to make it yield more per hectare. It is naturally resistant to parasites and insect diseases such as "mold" that so often permeates common wheat crops.

  • The daily consumption of Spelt contributes to:
  • Reducing joint inflammations
  • Prevent hair loss and other skin and nail problems.
  • Lower cholesterol and fat level
  • Reducing stress and depression
  • Avoid headaches and migraines
  • Increasing memory and mental vigour
  • Reduce constipation, because it facilitates intestinal transit and the digestive process.