The quinoa and wild rice do have various vitamins, etc., that are good for the body.
However. They are VERY unfavorable, so you would need to strictly limit them to avoid elevating your insulin levels. Someone like me, I can't eat them if I want to be in the zone. You'd need to make sure that they comprise only 25% of the carbohydrate blocks that you are eating.
The protein in both quinoa and wild rice is not actually bio-available to the body, because the fiber "interlocks" with the protein and therefore "takes" the protein out of the body without it being actually digested and absorbed into the body. This is generally true of vegetables and grains and so forth. So relatively little of the protein in vegetables, grains, and so forth is actually available.
This interlocking pattern is why we normally look at how many grams of carbs there are versus how many grams of fiber, and substact like the following:
(grams of total carbohydrates) minus (grams of fibers) = net grams of carbohydrates.
When it comes to protein being bioavailable, the only exceptions are soy products. The protein in these soy products are bio-available to the body, are absorbed into the body, so they count.
other types of protein like chicken, fish, etc.--there is no fiber typically in these types of protein. So the protein is bioavailable.
You get the idea I think ...