Monday, May 17, 2010

High Grain Wholemeal Bread

The USDA recommends getting at least 16 grams of whole grains during three meals, or 48 grams a day. So just what is it? What is the whole grain anyway?Whole grain is the grain seed in its pure form.Different with refined grains for examples white flour that only contain endosperm,which is the bran and the germ are not used anymore which result in the loss of its vitamins,minerals,fibers,phytonutrients and antioxidant.

Find whole grains in items like oatmeal, popcorn, brown rice, whole wheat breads, sprouted grain products, whole grain breads, and whole grain cereals. Sometimes it's hard to tell if some products are real whole grain products, so the Whole Grains Council created an official symbol called the Whole Grain Stamp. When you see it, you know that the product truly contains all parts of the grain, and in what amounts.


As mention in my previous articles Bread Nutrition Fact,there is no other bread can beat wholemeal bread for its nutrition.The healthiest wholemeal bread comes with high grain formula that improves its nutrition value to the maximum.High Grain breads that are freshly baked daily using Roman Meal Specialty Grain,with a taste that second to none.Since the year 1912,the Roman Meal Company has been offering breads with an abundance of the finest whole grains.

High Grain wholemeal bread consist of a delicious blend of oat groats,sunflower seeds,linseed,coarse soy,maize grits,millet,sesame,and wheatgerm which are specially milled and blended together with other ingredients to give you and your family soft,nutritious and great taste.

1 comments:

Carol Turner,  August 2, 2010 at 4:01 AM  

Whole grain bread is great, but there are some other whole grain snacks that can provide the same kind of nutrition and perhaps taste better. My favorite is whole grain cookies from Cookieheads Cookies that are made from a combination of healthy rolled oats and whole wheat and delicious chocolate, nuts, seeds and fruit. The result is a snack that is high on both nutrition and taste.

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