Ancient Greek Grains
2600 years ago, ancient Greeks developed a very sophisticated diet. It helped them nourish their creativity and sustain through battles.
We have encapsulated this wisdom in the OLYRA biscuit recipe. A mix of grains together with delicious fruits and spices produced in the same land as our ancestors. An ideal blend of spelt, oat, barley and lupine in a breakfast biscuit using absolutely nothing artificial. The perfect way to start your day!
Unveil Ancient Greek Grains
Staple food of cynic philosophers, who always kept some lupines inside their legendary traveler’s sack.
- High in protein
- Prevents digestive problems
- Helps with appetite control
The most preferred type of cereal of ancient Greeks. Alphita, barley flour, was used to make an important medicinal gruel.
- High levels of the B-complex vitamins and folate
- Keeps intestine healthy
- Boosts immune system
After many centuries of neglect, due to its demanding husking process, this healthy ancient grain is again very popular.
- Source of protein and natural fiber
- Aids digestion
- Regulates blood sugar levels
Oat in ancient Greece was used mainly for its medicinal properties for humans, but alsp, the very important at the time, horses.
- High in vitamins and minerals
- Helps to treat constipation
- Decreases blood pressure