Flour - The Integral Part of Balance Diet-Exploratory Study on Cereals Products

  • Prof. Ramen Chowdhury
Keywords: Gluten, Bran, Cereals, Triticum, Pastry Flour, Germ


This paper shows that many foods made with flour are not healthy, but that is not entirely to be blamed on the flour itself. And it is not necessarily the number of carbohydrates those foods have that make the food unhealthy. Whole grains contain an abundance of healthy vitamins and minerals to support the health of your body.


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How to Cite
Prof. Ramen Chowdhury. (2018). Flour - The Integral Part of Balance Diet-Exploratory Study on Cereals Products. International Journal of Engineering and Management Research, 8(3), 208-214. https://doi.org/10.31033/ijemr.8.3.012