Wheat is one of the world’s most important food crops, providing an estimated 20 percent of calories consumed by the human race. It is also probably the most common cereal available all over the world and is in even higher demand in recent years due to its abundant health benefits.
Wheat is rich in catalytic elements, mineral salts, calcium, magnesium, potassium, sulfur, chlorine, arsenic, silicon, manganese, zinc, iodide, copper, vitamin B, and vitamin E.
The most common form of Wheat eaten by the majority of people is flour (in the form of bread, bagel, muffin, donuts, and others). What we don’t know is that they are other byproducts of this same grain that offers more vitamins and nutrition’s. Cereals, oats, wheat germ (with yogurt or smoothies), quinoa, and others that are a few examples that offers variety and more nutrition’s to our menu.
The whole wheat truth: as part of your healthy way of eating, whole wheat can significantly lower your risk of cardiovascular disease, obesity and type 2 diabetes. Enjoy at least 3 servings a day