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flour

[L. flos, flower]
Finely ground meal obtained from wheat or other grain; any soft fine powder.
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But 5 grams of whole grain doesn't mean much when most of each 30-gram serving of (27) crackers is ordinary refined white flour.
Barton explained how bread made from refined white flour became popular with the rich over the years.
Eat whole-grain foods, such as whole-wheat breads and pastas and brown rice, and avoid foods made from refined white flour.
To see what their refined white flour, oils, and six teaspoons of sugar do to your belly, just peel off the wrapper and watch the contents of the tube.
The food processing sector is largely preoccupied with a wholegrain substitution for refined white flour.
And made with highly refined white flour, so you'll only ever get a short-term hunger fix.
Staying away from foods like candy, baked goods with refined white flour and white pastas can help the nutrients in your body work more effectively.
These foods increase your intake of B vitamins, antioxidants, calcium, fiber, vital minerals, and protein, and can help you stop overindulging in empty-calorie carbohydrates, such as foods made with refined white flour and added sugars, that can lead to weight gain," says Lupu.
If you thoroughly enjoy a classic pie crust made with refined white flour, have at it--once in a while.
Giancoli explains that many organic junk foods are made of highly processed ingredients, such as refined white flour, sugars, salt, and oils, offering you a great deal of calories and sodium with little nutrient payback.