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Get the Best Multigrain Foods at Apollo Pharmacy 

Generally associated with bakery products, multigrain foods include cereals and grain mixes. Barley, millet, flax, and oats are some grains used in multigrain foods. They also include certain seeds like flaxseed, quinoa, and sunflower seeds.  
Multigrain foods contain various combinations of grains and seeds. These grains can be found whole or processed into flour while keeping all portions of the seed, including the bran, germ, and endosperm. Whole grain multigrain foods offer several advantages, including improved digestion and a more diversified mineral intake. 
Apollo Pharmacy has a wide range of multigrain health foods available online. These include cereal mixes and powders. They are a quick source of nutrition since they are extremely easy to make. It also stocks different seeds for snacking, such as roasted flaxseeds and pumpkin seeds.

Types of Multigrain Health Foods

Multigrain foods are usually prepared as bread, cakes, and other bakery products. These days specific cereal mixes and pasta are also multigrain. In India, multigrain atta is also available in the market. It is a far healthier option and allows for a break from the monotony of plain wheat flour. 
Some of the grains found in multigrain health foods include:

  • Millet
  • Oatmeal
  • Popcorn
  • Quinoa
  • Brown rice
  • Wheatberry
  • Whole rye
  • Buckwheat
  • Bulgur
  • Freekeh
  • Wild rice
  • Barley
  • Sorghum


Vitamins and minerals are frequently incorporated back into enriched refined grains. However, they are not as nutritious or healthy as whole multigrain foods.

Benefits of Consuming Multigrain Health Foods

There are several underlying benefits of consuming multigrain health foods. Even consuming certain seeds and grains as a snack in their whole form can be incredibly nutritious to the body.

  • Whole multigrain foods provide a range of essential nutrients such as vitamins, minerals, proteins, fibre, and other beneficial plant compounds.
  • Whole grains may reduce the risk of heart diseases and type 2 diabetes.
  • Whole multigrain foods have fibre, vitamin K, and antioxidants that help lower the risk of stroke.
  • Whole multigrain foods are often highly satiating compared to refined grains, and studies indicate that they may help lower the risk of obesity.
  • They support good digestive health by nourishing your beneficial gut flora.
  • Eating whole grains daily may help reduce inflammation, which is often responsible for many chronic conditions.
     

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