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Whole wheat

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Quick Nutritional Facts

The health benefits described here are referring to wheat in its natural unrefined state, or whole wheat flour that has not been refined and stripped of its natural goodness. Most wheat products in the U.S. have been processed into 60% extraction of the original wheat grain nutrients.

Whole wheat is a good source of dietary fiber, manganese, and magnesium. It also contains several B vitamins and minerals.


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