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Short Description : Kelloggs Cornflakes
Corn flakes are breakfast cereals made by combining milled corn with sugar Milled corn products are believed to enable easier utilization of vitamins and nutrients as compared to their non-milled counterparts. The major ingredients include milled corn, sugar, iron, high fructose corn syrup and vitamins (A, B, C, D, and E). Corn flakes are very rich in thiamine. Thiamine is good for carbohydrate metabolism, energy production and cognitive functions. Even though corn flakes are not rich in fiber, it can easily be taken care of by adding fresh fruits and nuts to your bowl of corn flakes. Fiber helps to reduce cholesterol, constipation and the risk of colon cancer. Very low in saturated fat and a gives you a good satiety. It has no cholesterol. Low cholesterol reduces the risk of heart attacks and heart diseases. Corn flakes have very high iron content. Iron is a main component of hemoglobin.
A high iron diet is needed to maintain healthy blood levels. Iron helps keep the brain alert. It is rich in niacin, riboflavin, vitamin A, vitamin B, vitamin B12 (for vegetarians vitamin B12 is available mostly in these foods), necessary for a fit and sound health.
Corn flakes added with milk is a protein rich food. Protein is essential to the structure of red blood cells, for the proper functioning of antibodies resisting infection, for the regulation of enzymes and hormones, for growth, and for the repair of body tissue. Honey corn flakes have the nutritional value of both honey and corn flakes. As explained above, corn flakes are rich in calcium, protein, and mineral. Honey is also a source for niacin, riboflavin, thiamin, vitamin B6, vitamin B12. So we can enjoy the benefit of both. Almond corn flakes also have the nutritional value of both almonds and corn flakes. Almonds strengthen muscles, prolong life, rejuvenate skin, and cures usual cough, and prevents asthma.