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Corn flour can be the main ingredient in corn muffins or corn bread or a thickener in gravies or chowders; it's also a variation on the wheat flour in regular recipes. The nutritional values for white and yellow corn flour are similar, and either one can be part of a balanced diet. Corn flour is healthiest when you consume it in moderation along with nutrient-dense foods.
Corn flour is naturally low in sodium, with 6 milligrams in a cup of enriched yellow corn flour. A low-sodium diet can help prevent high blood pressure or help you lower your blood pressure if you already have hypertension.
Corn has high level of antioxidants that assist to prevent diseases. An unprocessed corn has high level of polyphenols in comparison to similar processed grains also called cereal grains. The foods rich in these compounds help to fight free radical damage caused by processed foods, exposure to toxins and sun.
Corn comprises of cellulose, amylose, hemicellulose and lignin which are called insoluble fibers. The balances between insoluble and soluble fibers assist proper digestion. Insoluble fibers found in corn have the ability to ferment in colon and assist diverse microbiome.
Carbohydrates are essential to survive and an active individual should consume 40% of calories in a day which is around 200 grams of carb per day. Lowering carbs to 120 could assist to shed some unwanted pounds so the range between 120 to 200 is good. Corn tortillas are heavy on carbohydrates. In order to maintain healthy weight and proper functioning, stay under the top number.