Whole grain white Teff is high in calcium, fiber, protein, vitamin C, and antioxidants. This makes Teff flour a far more nutrient-dense and healthful cooking option than the all-purpose white flours common in western cooking. And best of all, gluten free white Teff flour can be used in nearly any recipe you can imagine. Try it the next time you bake bread, cakes, muffins, flat breads, or dough.
Teff is naturally low in sodium, making it a heart-healthy choice for people with high blood pressure or other cardiovascular risk factors. A single serving of teff contains 69% of your daily recommended value for magnesium, a mineral essential for healthy function of the muscular, nervous, and cardiovascular systems.