Kamut is a milder and gentle form of wheatgrass and when consistently taken, gives us more energy and fewer cravings. A wonderful gift to bring nature into our bodies.
It is known for its sweet, nutty flavor and high versatility to receive whole nutrition. Kamut® is 2-3 times the size of common wheat and offers 20-30% more protein in addition to many vitamins and minerals including: selenium, zinc, vitamin E, thiamin, riboflavin, phosphorus, pantothenic acid, and copper. Because of Kamut’s ® purity it is considered the least allergy-inducing wheat on the market making it an easily digestible food even for those with gluten intolerances. As a complex carbohydrate, Kamut® is a high-energy grain suitable for people with busy lives and high activity levels. Organic Kamut® has been awarded the Diabetes’s Resource Center’s “Seal of Approval” as a safe and beneficial food for diabetic consumption.
Essential amino acids
Low glycemic food
Regulates pH balance
Cleanse and detoxifying
Enhance digestion function
Activated cell activate
Mix 1 teaspoon Kamut powder with 8 oz of water. You may work up to 4 tablespoons in 32oz of water per day (this is the recommended amount while doing Karyn’s detox program). To assure complete absorption, take on an empty stomach at least 25 minutes before or after a meal.
Helpful hint: To mix Kamut into liquid more thoroughly pulse in a blender on a low speed.
Kamut® is a non-hybrid wheat source of phytochemicals (chemical compounds that occur naturally in plants) that offers balance to the body by regulating and alkalizing pH, contributing to cell and tissue growth and stimulating the body’s natural mechanisms for cleansing and detoxification. The word kamut comes from an ancient Egyptian word meaning “soul of the earth.” The grain came to North America after WWII as a non-hybrid seed. In 1990, the USDA recognized the grain as a ‘protected variety’ allowing the grain to remain pure and non-hybridized for consumers. Today, Kamut® is grown exclusively by the Green Kamut Corporation organically and in pristine environments which is the reason for its exceptionally high nutritional value.