Whole grains have a large share in a healthy diet. They are prepared from whole grains, which is very important because it leaves us to consume 3 parts and germ of the inner and outer membrane.
Whole grains are rich in fibre, minerals and vitamins, plant enzymes, antioxidants, healthy fats, (also omega 3 and 6 ).
Whole Grains and Their Benefit for Our Body
The number of calories in cereals can vary depending on how you store them and with what you consume them. Whole Grains is healthy food.
This is some information about the composition of cereals.
Oatmeal. They contain 389 kcal, also contain protein 16.89 and carbohydrates 66.27 and fats 6.90.
Rye flakes in nutritional composition have 335 kcal, protein 14.8 g, good carbohydrates 69.8 g, fat 2.5 g.
Integral rice is also considered high in calories because it contains 362 kcal, protein has 7.5 carbohydrates 76.2 but little healthy fat only 2.7.
While cooked corn is low in calories so it is recommended between meals or as an addition to some salads. Cooked corn has about 86 kcal of protein 3.3 carbohydrates 18.7 and a very small percentage of fat, only 1.4.
Of all these cereals starting with oats, it is important to suggest that they are all low in calories and that even 100g of cereals have fewer calories than one slice of bread. It is important to emphasize that cereals can be used by people who want to lose weight. The grains we eat will give us a feeling of satiety because they contain fibre.
Along with this post, it is important to point out that refined grains are very harmful to us humans, but most people find it hard to convince ourselves not to consume white bread, and we really should especially for people who got problems with blood vessels because white bread is one of the main causes of heart attacks.
Heat-treated cereals are a big problem for human health because as such their nutritional value is very small and their caloric value is quite big. So depending on the organism, you may also encounter the problem of obesity.
Benefit for Our Body
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