Breakfast is, undoubtedly, the most essential meal of the day. But today most of the people tend to miss this important meal of the day due to lack of time. It is important to consume a wholesome breakfast with cereals, fruits, juice and milk. Today majority of the people prefer to consume breakfast cereals as it is easy to cook and requires considerably lesser time to consume. Breakfast cereals include oats, corn flakes and other similar products.
Corn flakes were discovered by Dr. John Harvey Kellogg, quite accidentally. He advocated a strictly vegetarian diet for all his patients as he believed that bland food reduces passion and had anti-aphrodisiacal effects.
Corn flakes consumed with a bowl of milk, nuts and fruits are considered to be one of the most healthiest and nutritious breakfast cereals. Some of the most important health benefits of consuming this breakfast cereal include the following.
Low sugar and calorie: It is considered to be nutritionally beneficial as it includes low sugar content and less calories. As it contains fewer calories, it is also low in fat content. This breakfast cereal is considered to be the best meal compared to the other types of meals consumed for breakfast which are rich in sugar and fat content.
Rich in iron and vitamins: Corn flakes is known to be rich in iron and vitamin content. It is a rich source of vitamin A, B, C, D and E. Most of these products also include nuts such as almonds. There are products which include honey, raisins and so forth.
flavors: In the earlier days, this unique cereal was available in one flavor. Today it is available in a huge variety of flavors including strawberry, mango, chocolate, banana, mango and so forth.
Milled products: Recent studies have revealed that milled corn products contain a substantial amount of antioxidants such as carotenoids. Carotenoid is a pigment that is found in vegetable such as carrots, spinach, tomatoes and sweet potatoes. The pigment helps to prevent cardiovascular diseases and cancer.
Light and digestible: This ready-to-eat breakfast cereal is easy to digest and quite light. Most of the people prefer to consume it as it is available in a range of flavors enriched with all essential vitamins and minerals.
The nutritional value of your breakfast can be enhanced with the consumption of corn flakes. With a huge variety of added vitamins and minerals, this breakfast cereal contains all the necessary nutritional requirements.
It contains all essential vitamins including folic acid and vitamin B12, riboflavin, thiamine and niacin. Daily consumption of this breakfast cereal increases the intake of iron.
It also includes only 2gms of sugar so it is considered to be a healthy breakfast cereal by most of the people as it prevents obesity and other health related issues.
Corn oil is another healthy product which helps to prevent heart diseases and cholesterol. This cooking oil is known to be light and healthy. It is used to cook different types of cuisines as it tastes delicious.
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Vineyards and I / Viñedos y yo
Image by SantiMB.Photos Sant Jaume dels Domenys, Baix Penedès, Tarragona (Spain). ENGLISH For thousands of years, the fruit and plant of Vitis vinifera, the European grapevine, have been harvested for both medicinal and nutritional value; its history is intimately entwined with the history of wine. The wild European grape, Vitis sylvestris (in some classifications considered V. vinifera subsp. sylvestris), is native over a broad area extending from Spain in the west to the eastern Mediterranean, southern Transcaucasia and parts of central Asia. It is a vine of humid forests and streamsides. Wild grapes were harvested by foragers and early farmers. V. sylvestris, unlike the domesticated variety, is dioecious, that is, it has male and female flowers, and pollination is required for fruit to develop. Changes in pip shape (narrower in domesticated forms) and distribution point to domestication occurring about 3500-3000 BC, in Southwest Asia or southern Transcaucasia (Armenia and Georgia). Cultivation of the domesticated grape, Vitis vinifera, spread to other parts of the Old World in pre-historic or early historic times. Grapes followed European colonies around the world, coming to North America around the 1600s, and to Africa, South America and Australia. In North America it hybridized with species from Vitis genus native to that region. Some of these were intentional hybrids created to combat phylloxera, an insect pest which affected the European grapevine to a much greater extent than North American ones and in fact managed to devastate European wine production in a matter of years. Later North American rootstocks became widely used to graft vinifera varieties now able to withstand the presence of phylloxera. In North America, growing Vitis vinifera was limited mostly to the relatively mild West Coast starting in New Mexico and including California. But due to the research of Konstantin Frank, it is now widely grown even in the harsher climate of New York State and Southern Ontario. Dr. Helmut Becker's work in the early 1980s brought vitis vinifera to the Okanagan Valley of British Columbia. More info: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vitis_vinifera ----------------------- CASTELLANO La vid, parra, viña o videira (Vitis vinifera), es una planta leñosa trepadora que cuando se deja crecer libremente puede alcanzar hasta más de 30 m, pero que por la acción humana, podándola anualmente, queda reducida a un pequeño arbusto de 1 m. Su fruto, la uva, es comestible y materia prima para la fabricación de vino y otras bebidas alcohólicas. Su tronco retorcido y tortuoso, presenta una corteza gruesa y aspera que se desprende en tiras longitudinales. Las ramas jóvenes, denominadas sarmientos, son flexibles y muy engrosadas en los nudos; alternando sobre ellas se disponen las hojas, grandes, palmeadas y muy lobuladas y a la vez están dentadas, se las suele llamar pámpanos. Los zarcillos salen enfrente de las hojas y se enroscan y endurecen en cuanto encuentran soporte. El nombre del género era ya utilizado por los romanos; se cree derivado del celta gwid o wid: árbol, arbusto, (el mejor de los árboles). Cultivada desde tiempos remotos se han obtenido de ella innumerables variedades. Cuando a finales del siglo XIX los viñedos europeos fueron arrasados por la filoxera (Viteus vitifolii), devastador pulgón que destruye las raíces, se importaron especies americanas resistentes. De este modo, se logró injertar las razas de Vitis vinifera sobre las raíces americanas. La importancia económica de la vid, es extraordinaria: la uva es uno de los frutos más apreciados, nutritivos y rico en vitamina C, secas constituyen las pasas o sultanas, muy nutritivas y utilizadas en medicina popular como pectorales; las uvas inmaduras se consideran refrescantes; de los sarmientos mana en primavera el agua de cepa, que se considera diurética; los pámpanos y brotes tiernos son ricos en taninos y antocianos, empleados como astringente conta las diarreas, hemorragias nasales (en forma de polvo), las uvas maduras tienen también propiedades laxantes —lo mismo que el mosto— y son ricas en ácidos orgánicos y azúcares reductores. Pero la importancia mayor de la vid es para obtener, por fermentación del mosto, el vino y todos sus derivados: alcohol, vinagre, etc. Su obtención se ha convertido en una verdadera disciplina: la enología. Más info: es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vitis_vinifera
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