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wheat whole grain cells under microscope

wheat whole grain cells under microscope

wheat whole grain cells under microscope We’re constantly being reminded to consume more whole grain but what are the benefits of it? Whole grain is believe to reduce the risk of stroke by 30 percent. It is also credited for decreasing the risk of type 2 diabetes. Whole grain can also reduce the risk of heart disease. Wheat contains good amounts of vitamin B and vitamin E. The subtle looking but big difference between wheat whole grain’s antioxidants and others is that Wheat contains a unique types of antioxidants that are believed to reduce digestive system cancer drastically. Another more known benefits of whole grain is its ability to control weight. A Study showed that those who use more wholegrain in their daily diet, are generally less likely to gain rapid weight as apposite to those who use white bread. Check out Wheat whole grain cells under microscope. The samples are taken from the upper layer of the wholegrain that covers the actual grain. That’s the part of the grain that is believed to have more benefits than the actual grain.

And a closer look at wholegrain cells

Here is the wheat wholegrain upper layer which is believed to have more antioxidants.

Wheat Whole Grain

- Wheat is the world's most produced crop after maize. More then 700 million tons of wheat is produced around the world. The most produced cereal is Maize with more then 1000 million tons a year. Wheat is competing with rice for the title of second most produced cereal in the world. - Wheat was first cultivated in the souther Levant more then 10000 years ago. - Wheat is genetically related to Barley. Wheat genetics defers from species to species. Some are diploid with two sets of chromosomes, other are polyploids with four sets of chromosomes. But overall, its genetics comes close to barley. - Azerbaijan, the highest per capita wheat consumer in the world. In average, each individual consumes about 460 lb (210 kg) of wheat each year. The overall most wheat consumption title goes to Denmark with 1373 lb (623 kg) but more than 80 percent of which is fed to animals. - China is the world’s top wheat producer. China produces more than 122 million tons of wheat each year. Check out Video Of Wheat Cells Under Microscope

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