Teff Nutrition Facts

Teff seeds are very tiny, measuring less than one millimeter in diameter. A handful of teff is enough to plant a large area. The wealth of vitamins and minerals found in teff contribute to its role as a health promoting source of nutrition

TEFF is a weight managing and bone-strengthening food.

 

Teff is one of the most nutritional grains in the world

●     High in Iron
●     Potassium
●     Magnesium
●     Zinc
●     Vitamin B6
●     Protein rich
●     Gluten free
●     Vitamin B2
●     Manganese - the highest of all grains
●     Calcium

 

 

What are the Benefits of ONE Cup of Teff? 

●      255 calories
●      1.6 grams fat
●      10 grams protein
●      7 grams dietary fiber
●      50 grams carbohydrate
●      0.46 milligrams thiamine (31 percent DV)
●      0.24 milligrams vitamin B6 (12 percent DV)
●      2.3 milligrams niacin (11 percent DV)
●      0.08 milligrams riboflavin/vitamin B2 (5 percent DV)
●      7.2 milligrams manganese (360 percent DV)
●      126 milligrams magnesium (32 percent DV)
●      302 milligrams phosphorus (30 percent DV)
●       5.17 milligrams iron (29 percent DV)
●      0.5 milligrams copper (28 percent DV)
●      2.8 percent zinc (19 percent DV)
●      123 milligrams calcium (12 percent DV)
●      269 milligrams potassium (6 percent DV)
●      20 milligrams sodium (1 percent DV)