One of the main differences between whole wheat and white flour is the fiber content. Whole wheat flour naturally has the level of fiber found in wheat, while most of the fiber has been removed from white flour during processing. Fiber is an important part of your diet, as it prevents constipation, helps control blood sugar, wards off heart disease, and even assists in weight-loss management.
Whole wheat flour is also rich in vitamins B-1, B-3, and B-5, along with riboflavin. It also has more iron, calcium, protein, and other nutrients than white flour. When you are eating a low-calorie diet plan, it's important that the calories you're consuming are loaded with as many nutrients as possible. Since there isn't a calorie difference, choosing the nutrient-dense flour will add to your healthy diet rather than retract from it.
You don't need to sacrifice your favorite foods in order to eat healthily. You can completely replace white flour with whole wheat flour, or just use a mix of the two in your favorite goodies. For example, use half whole wheat and half white flour to make cookies, muffins, and cakes for breakfast or dessert. Some recipes use 100 percent whole wheat and taste fantastic, like homemade bread, pasta, and noodles
Now TST Planned to supply 100% pure whole wheat flour to our customers. it will be avaible very soon at TST Shopping Mall.