White Flour

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Wheat that has been milled, removing the outer cellulose layer—bran and nutrients (e.g., niacin, riboflavin, thiamin, iron), which may be restored by chemical enrichment
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Researchers found kids given a chance to eat pizza and other popular foods made with Ultragrain, and the same foods made with refined white flour, consumed as much or more of the Ultragrain foods.