The advantage of quinoa lies in the fact that there are an order of magnitude more vitamins and nutrients in it than in other similar products. In quinoa, there is more riboflavin, fiber, complex carbohydrates, and folic acid, than in wheat, barley, and rice. In this case, the quinoa is absorbed by the body almost completely, in this property, it is possible for the mother’s milk to compete with it (however, unlike quinoa, we cannot eat it all our lives). Quinoa croup contains a sufficient amount of lysine, an amino acid that promotes better absorption of calcium, which, in turn, is extremely important for the formation of a strong healthy skeleton, bones, hair and teeth. Lack of calcium and lysine can cause loss of hair, teeth and increase bone fragility. In addition, lysine affects the speedy healing of tissues, which is invaluable for various cuts and injuries of the skin.