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Corn was first cultivated in parts of Mexico and Central America about 10,000 years ago. The kernels of the seeds hold the majority of nutrients parts. Corn is usually considered a vegetable but it is actually a grain, rich in fiber, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.
Corn was first cultivated in parts of Mexico and Central America almost 10,000 years ago. Maze is actually a grain rich in fiber, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Yellow color maize is very common around the world. It is available in other colors. The kernels of the seeds hold the majority of nutrients and are the most consumed parts.
Corn Health Benefits
It is rich is in Vitamin B12, folic acid and iron which helps in the production of red blood cells in the body. It helps in reducing the risk of Anaemia by supplying enough of the nutrients required to produce fresh Red blood cells. According to nutritionists 1 cup of raw Maze contains 125 calories, 27 g of carbohydrates, 4 g of protein, 9 g of sugar, 2 g of fat and 75 mg of iron.
It’s complex carbohydrate digestes at a slower pace. It provides energy for a longer time. One cup of maze yields around 29 grams of carbs. This carbs provides physical energy and ensures proper functioning of the brain and nervous system. It can be a healthy addition to your meals if you want to gain a few kgs. With Maze you get healthy calories, a host of vitamins and good quality fibre.
Corn Health Benefits
It increases the blood flow lowers cholesterol absorption and regulates insulin making it an excellent choice for diabetics and cholesterol patients. It has lots of benefits for pregnant women and the baby. Corn is rich in folic acid and contains zeaxanthin and pathogenic acid which reduces the risk of birth defects in baby.
The high fiber content soothes constipation which is a very common concern for expecting mothers. It contains Vitamin C and lycopene antioxidants that increase the production of collagen and prevent UV generated free radicals from damaging the skin.
How To Uses
- Soak these kernel in water for for at least 1 hour and used in salads and vegetable dishes.
- Steamed kernels are used as a pizza topping or in salads.
- Can be used in soups or Maize pudding and can be grilled.
- These kernels are the main ingredient for Pop Corns. Just add oil and kernels in a hot casserole and keep it covered.
- Boiled Maize can be mixed with just salt and pepper to add more zing to it.
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