Whole grain food is a very healthy food and has been recommended by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Department of Health and Public Services. The 2010 U.S. Dietary Guidelines also provide information and advice on healthy eating, with recommendations that emphasize eating foods with high nutritional content, such as fruits, vegetables and whole grains.
Whole grains contain whole grains and husks, including brackets, endosperms and germs. Fine grains are processed grains that remove the skin and endosperm and leave the germs behind. This process can make grains more delicate and improve their shelf life, but also remove edible fibers, iron and vitamin B. Because whole grains retain edible fibers, it is better for the human body. Better.
Studies have shown that whole grains can effectively reduce many diseases, such as heart disease, high cholesterol, diabetes, obesity and other cancerous diseases. Whole grains are a low-glycemic index food that can lower blood sugar and reduce the production of excessive insulin. At the same time, whole grains can carry toxins in the digestive process of the human body, and its dietary fiber can also slow down intestinal peristalsis and make people feel full.
Popcorn is really a whole grain food, and they can also be used as high-quality carbohydrates. It's not only a low-calorie food, but also a source of edible fiber. This means they need longer digestion process and a longer satiety. Compared with other snacks, popcorn is a low-calorie food. A popcorn cup using air to pop corn grains has only 30 calories. A cup of popcorn popped in oil has 35 calories. Even popcorn made with a small amount of butter is only 80-90 calories per cup. Three cups of popcorn is equivalent to a whole grain food.