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NOW Foods Flours & Extracts Category

Flour comes in many varieties, because it can be derived from grains, legumes, and seeds. The word “flour” from the French fleur for flower is used to designate the most desirable portion of a ground grain. When wheat or other grains are ground into a meal and the larger particles of bran and germs are sifted out, what’s left is the starchy, protein-rich endosperm of the “flower” of the grain. Grain-based foods, like bread, rice, and pasta, have been taking a beating in the war on weight recently, with many popular low carbohydrate diets calling for strict limitations of these foods. Despite the current popularity of ''low-carb'' fad diets, nutrition experts have long said that not all carbohydrates are ''bad.'' In fact, those made from whole grains, such as whole-wheat bread and brown rice, are not only healthful (thanks to their fiber and nutrient content), but they may be good for your waistline, too. Now there's more evidence to that end, with a new study finding that diets high in whole grains are linked to lessened weight gain. The results are published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.

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