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Essential Nutrients in Organic Grains

Updated on January 4, 2024

Who doesn’t like bread! It’s a comfort food rich in carbohydrates and feels like a warm hug on a winter evening. You can turn it into a delicious sandwich. Toast it, grill it or eat it like an accompaniment with a meal. But do you know how healthy the grains that go into the making of your bread are? We did a little research, and we think organic grains will skyrocket the health benefit of your comfort foods. So that you can eat guilt-free and enjoy more vigour and strength in everyday life.

What are organic grains?

People all over the world consume a wide variety of grains like wheat, oats, barley, corn and rice. Grains and legumes play an essential role in supplying us with our daily nutrients and more than 70% of our daily energy requirements. Organically grown grains retain a higher level of important nutrients like vitamin C, iron, magnesium, and phosphorus. It was also found that organic grains contain significantly fewer nitrates, which are a significant component of chemical fertilizers and pesticides. Hence, they are less harmful than conventional crops. Organically growing crops and grains means no use of synthetically compounded fertilizers, pesticides or growth regulators. To the maximum extent possible, organic farming systems rely upon crop rotations, animal and green manures, off-farm organic wastes and biological pest control to maintain soil productivity to supply plants with nutrients and to control insects, weeds and other pests. So next time you crave some bread, don’t forget to bake some with organic grains and see the difference for yourself.

Benefits of going organic

The benefits of eating Organic can make a list so long that it can go around the planet twice. However, the question here is not of Organic fruits and vegetables but of Organic grains. Like mentioned earlier, grains like rice, wheat, corn and oats are staples in several countries. It’s given to little kids to build immunity and to older members of the community to build strength. When so much is at stake, you should make sure that your grains are Organically grown so that they retain their important nutrients. The lack of necessary components like vitamin C, iron, magnesium, and phosphorus can lead to severe deficiencies that, in turn, lead to long-lasting health troubles. You don’t have to pop vitamin pills and taking artificial supplements. You can make sure your body gets its due from Organic produce. Like it’s meant to.

Go all the way: Ground and consume.

Grains do not spoil quickly and can be stored for long periods. So, next time you buy organically grown grains, take it one step further and try to make sure they are freshly ground. This will benefit you in two ways. One, you will be saved from buying adulterated flour from the marker. Two, the grinding removes the protective covering of the grain and can destabilize its nutritional qualities. Especially when stored for long periods. Freshly ground and consumed flour will retain all its natural goodness without exposing it to the elements. Imagine the smell of oven-baked bread from flour that has been newly grounded. Your whole house will smell like a festival, and your mind and body will thank you for looking out for them. Take care of your today, and your future will take care of itself, thanking you with joy and goodness of health in return.

Take advantage of the abundant nutrients in organic grains. Take a look at the Annapoorna Organic product range. At Annapoorna, we pick the choicest organic produce from all over India and make it available for our customers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

FAQs

What 3 important nutrients come from whole grains?

The 3 important nutrients that come from whole grains are fiber, B vitamins, and minerals.

What are the 5 nutrients added when enriched grains?

The 5 nutrients added when enriching grains are iron, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, and folic acid.

What vitamin is rich in enriched grains?

Enriched grains are rich in thiamin.

Which grain has highest vitamin B12?

While most grains are not a significant source of vitamin B12, some enriched breakfast cereals, as well as fortified soy and rice milk, may contain this vitamin.

What are the 7 ancient grains?

The 7 ancient grains include amaranth, quinoa, teff, spelt, einkorn, emmer, and kamut.

Which is the oldest grain?

Emmer wheat, also known as Farro, is considered to be the oldest cultivated grain.

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