Most of the people tend to get confuse between multigrain and wholegrain. Are multigrain and wholegrain interchangeable terms? Of course, not! To have a better understanding one has to understand the basic attributes of both.
Whole grain is one which retains all of its natural contents- bran, endosperm and germ. Therefore, whole grain is a great source of vitamins, nutrients and fiber. Whereas, bran and germ are generally stripped off in refined grains to give them a longer shelf life which makes them less nutritious.
On the other hand multigrain food comprises of more than one grain, but not necessarily all are whole grains. These grains can be wheat, barley, millet, corn, black gram, ragi, buckwheat etc.
Now the question arises which is healthier between two. Multigrain may sound a better and healthier option but it may not be if it includes refined grains. Nowadays, people prefer multigrain bread, buns, kulchas over white ones which is definitely a good choice but whole wheat bakery products are a better option instead. As multigrain may not include all goodness of whole grains and may deprive you of the benefits if it contains different refined grains. After you have gone through the above information your preferences between two might change. Multigrain may prove healthier than whole wheat only if it contains different whole grains which means the grains used in it have all three parts of it. In these three parts, bran is a great source of fiber to fix your digestive upsets and make it even smoother.
While in endosperm, the interior layer of grain is packed with carbohydrates, vitamins, proteins and other minerals.
At last comes this tiny part of grain, germ. This small part holds many benefits. Germ is an excellent source of magnesium, zinc and phosphorus etc.
To get the best out of your multigrain, nothing is better than milling them at home in your kitchen.
Greenfuture provides you the perfect solution for this without walking an extra mile. We have introduced German ultra-modern domestic flour mills in India with unique features.
These mills are so compact to adjust aesthetically in your cooking area and add spark to your kitchen counter. These Atta chakki’s work on Six Sigma technology which ensures excellent performance while using minimal electricity. Usage of these Grain grinders are not confined to grains only, but you can grind spices, pulses too on your own.
These machines come in 11 different models, each with different delivery capacities and outer body cover. All of the models use same technique and a unique grinding tool called Ceramic Corundum. This stone is specially designed to support cool grinding, in other words grinding through these stones does not heat the flour. Cool grinding in Greenfuture domestic flour mills helps to retain all the nutrients of the material to be ground.
Freshly ground grains/spices/pulses taste even better and have all the nutrients in store. So choose yours among 11……..
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