Consuming wheat regularly helps prevent stroke, type 2 diabetes and several cancers. “Cereals provide plenty of carbohydrate powder also various vitamins including vitamin B and vitamin E, mineral and phytochemical. Some of them have a strong anti-oxidant nature,” nutrition expert, Dr. Sarah Schenker said.
Wheat is not only important for overall health and digestion, but also it is good for heart health and also can reduce condition risks such as stroke, type 2 diabetes and several types of cancers.
Research also showed that British didn’t get enough foods contain wheat whether they were on diet or not. Nutrition experts all around the world recommend that three portions (or 48 gram) of cereals should be eaten every day. However, 67 percent of people that were surveyed only ate one portion or less of cereals every day, with 20 percent of people confessed never ate cereals.