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Unformatted text preview: 1 DAILY FOODIE Whole Grains Parts of a Grain Bran “Outer shell” protects seed • Fiber • B Vitamins • Trace Minerals Endosperm Provides energy • Carbohydrate • Protein Germ Nourishment for the seed • B Vitamins • Vitamin E • Antioxidants Milling of Grains Whole Grain Refined Grain All parts milled Endosperm is milled Germ & Bran The Whole Grain Bonus Refined = process by which Refined = process by which course parts of food are course parts of food are removed removed Enriched/fortified = addition Enriched/fortified = addition of nutrients to refined foods of nutrients to refined foods Whole grain = milled grain Whole grain = milled grain including bran, endosperm including bran, endosperm and germ (not husk) and germ (not husk) Fig. 4-8, p. 117 2 Fig. 4-9, p. 118 ONE CUP OF FLOUR Fiber (g) Dark rye 18 g Whole wheat 15 g Light rye 14 g Buckwheat 12 g Whole-grain cornmeal 9 g Enriched white 3 g Whole Grains COMMON ¡ Brown rice ¡ Oatmeal (whole rolled oats, steel cut oats)...
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This note was uploaded on 09/25/2008 for the course HNF 150 taught by Professor Thurston during the Spring '07 term at Michigan State University.
- Spring '07