What’s So Healthy About Heart Healthy Whole Grains?

What’s So Healthy About Heart Healthy Whole Grains?

What’s So Healthy About Heart Healthy Whole Grains?

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hey guys today we’re going to answer the question what is healthy about the heart healthy Whole Grains now the American Association of cereal chemists defined these whole grains as any mixture of bran andis perm and germ in proportions one would expect to see in an intact grain okay here’s a picture of an intact grain which is a seed of grass okay so these are seeds that turn into grass that turn into plants that’s what grains are and there’s three different parts you have the brand which is the outer part which is the fiber trace minerals some B vitamins then they got the germ inside B vitamins vitamin E trace minerals phytonutrients healthy fats and then you have the endosperm which is basically all the carbohydrate a little bit of B vitamins okay so whole grain is any mixture of bran endosperm and germ in proportions one would expect to see an intact grain okay so they expanded the definition to include even grinding it so we’re not just talking about an intact whole grain that you would kind of soak and make some cereal out of it’s basically you can grind it as long as you put it back together and according to the FDA all you need is 51% of these three elements together in proportion to call it a whole grain okay so it could actually include some refined grains so what I want to differentiate is when you go to the grocery store very few people are buying actual grains as a whole berry and soaking them and eating them like that great majority of people are buying them already ground down and the problem that when you grind these whole grains even try to put them back together they’re still exposed to oxygen and oxygen is what destroys vitamin E part of the beet complex a lot of the phytonutrients a lot of healthy fats so the more this grain is exposed to air the more it’ll go rancid the more it’ll be exposed to mold and things like that so they have to add chemicals to preserve it so it’s not going to be that preserved and not to mention all the processing when they puff the grain or they flake it to make cereals and the other real big problem is that when you buy whole grains you’re not just buying whole grains a lot of times we’re adding tons of sugar sweeteners chemicals on top of the whole grains and because it says heart-healthy you think oh wow this is really healthy I can go ahead and eat it and when we talk about refined grains refined grains are basically you’re removing the bran and the germ okay it’s only the endosperm which is all the carbohydrate and of course because there’s not a lot of vitamins in this they have to enrich it with synthetic B vitamins and a toxic metallic iron which is very toxic to your body I did a video on that I’m gonna put a link down below if you haven’t seen it so unless you’re consuming intact whole grains and you’re letting them soak and you’re cooking them correctly from my viewpoint it is not very healthy and even intact whole grains from my viewpoint is not good on a ketogenic diet and whether something is made with whole-grain flour or fine grained it’s still very high on the glycemic index even higher than actual sugar all right thanks for watching and put your comments down below hey guys a lot of you already have my book some of you don’t but this new edition called the new body type guide is an upgrade from my last Edition called the seven principles of fat burning it has a hundred and fifty six images three hundred seventy eight pages full glossary I talked about keto in a minute fasting the body types in detail I have a new stressed chapter I’m going to show you exactly what to eat any comprehensive FAQ I put a link down below check it out 

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In this video, Dr. Berg answers the question of what is healthy about heart-healthy whole grains. The American Association of Cereal Chemist defined this whole grains as “Any mixture of Bran, Endosperm, and GERM in proportions one would expect to see in an intact grain”. He also talks about the difference between the grind whole grains versus intact whole grains.

3 Parts of the Intact Grain Seeds (Seed of Grass):
• Bran (Outer part – Fiber, Trace Minerals, B Vitamins)
• Germ (B Vitamins, Vitamin E, Trace Minerals, Phytonutrients, Healthy Fats)
• Endosperm (All the carbohydrates and a few B vitamins)

Hey Guys, today we are going to answer the question of what is healthy about the heart-healthy whole grains. The American Association of Cereal Chemist defined this whole grains as “Any mixture of Bran, Endosperm, and GERM in proportions one would expect to see in an intact grain”. Here is a picture of an intact grain which is a seed of a grass. These are seeds that turn into grass and turns into plants, that’s what grains are. There are 3 different parts, you have the bran which is the outer part which is the fiber, trace minerals, some b vitamins. Then you got the germ inside B Vitamins, Vitamin E, Trace Minerals, Phytonutrients, and Healthy Fats. Then you have the endosperm which is basically all the carbohydrates and a few b vitamins. Whole grain is any mixture of Bran, Endosperm and GERM in proportions one would expect to see in an intact grain. They expanded the definition to include even the grinding it. So we are not just talking about an intact whole grain that you would kind of soak and make some cereal out of. It is basically you can grind it as long as you put it back together. And according to FDA, all you need is 51% of these three elements together in proportion to call it a whole grain. It could actually include some refine grains. What I want to differentiate is when you go to the grocery store very few people are buying actual grains as a whole berry and soaking them and eating them like that. Great majority of people are buying them already ground down and the problem is when you grind this whole grains even if you try to put them back together, they are still exposed to oxygen and oxygen is what destroys Vitamin E, part of the B complex, a lot of Phytonutrients, a lot of Healthy Fats. The more these grains is exposed to air, the more it will go rancid, the more it will be exposed to molds, and things like that so they have to add chemicals to preserve it thought it is not gonna be that preserved. And not to mention all the processing when they puff the grain or they flake it to make cereals. And the other big problem is when you buy whole grains, you are not just buying whole grains a lot of times they are adding tons of sugar, sweeteners, chemicals on top of whole grains.

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