Maida Or Refined Flour Is Bad For Health Increases Obesity– News18 Hindi

Refined Flour Is Bad For Health: It is very common to eat bread in the morning in urban life. Most people start the day with bread. Apart from this, people also like to eat Paratha, Puri, Kulcha, Naan etc. of Refined Flour. You must be aware that maida is also used to make pizza, burger, momos, biscuit etc., which affect our health badly somewhere. In such a situation, if you also use maida in your food, then it is very important to be aware of it. Let us tell here that how much harm the flour causes to our health.

so it is harmful

Actually both flour and maida are made from wheat but the process of making both is different. Actually, while making the flour, the upper shell of wheat is not removed, which is an excellent dietary fiber. These are very important elements for our body, whereas in the process of making flour, the flour is ground more finely and the fiber is removed. Due to which no nutrients and dietary fiber are saved in it.

Flour does not come out easily from the intestines

In fact, in the absence of dietary fiber, flour becomes very greasy and fine, due to which it starts sticking in the intestines. Due to this there can also be a problem of constipation and it can also become the reason for indigestion.

raises cholesterol

There is a high amount of starch in maida, due to which the chances of obesity increase and gradually the level of bad cholesterol and triglyceride in the blood also increases. In such a situation, if you want to reduce your weight and do not want to increase cholesterol, then avoid eating refined flour. (Disclaimer: The information and information given in this article is based on general information. Hindi news18 does not confirm the same. Please contact the concerned expert before implementing them.)

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