How Healthy are the Cornflakes?

In US, lung cancer is the second most common cancer in both men and women, but is by far the leading cause of cancer mortality. Accumulating evidence suggests that dietary factors may modulate lung cancer risk, researchers said.

Consumption of foods with a high glycemic index such as white bread, bagels, corn flakes and puffed rice may be associated with an increased risk of developing lung cancer, a new study has warned. The study by scientists from the University of Texas in US is the largest to investigate potential links between glycemic index (GI) and lung cancer.

Glycemic index is a measure of the quality of dietary carbohydrates, defined by how quickly blood sugar levels are raised following a meal. Examples of low GI foods include whole-wheat or pumpernickel bread, rolled or steel-cut oatmeal and pasta.

Foods like cornflakes, biscuits and soft drinks are as addictive as drugs, and now researchers have discovered why people get hooked to certain eatables. New Zealand scientists explained that these and other heavily processed foods with a high glycaemic index (GI) trigger an addictive sugar rush, which could be difficult to resist and may lead to obesity.

The Solution is now just a shop away, Bagrry’s Corn Flakes Plus with fiber power is launched from the house of Bagrry’s as a healthier, crunchier and more delicious corn flakes than regular corn flakes.

Made of delicious Golden corn, Bagrry’s Corn Flakes Plus is specially processed through an innovatice Fibre Enhancement Procedure (FEP) to give an added dose of natural fibre which reduces its Glycemic Index, thus making it a much healthier breakfast option!  Bagrry’s Corn Flakes Plus has twice the fiber content of regular cornflakes.

In today’s lifestyle and fast paced routines, healthy eating is being made easy by Brands like Bagrrys that understand the importance of eating conveniently healthy food which is natural and nutrients packed. The wide range of healthy foods includes Oats, Masala Oats, Oats for India, Muesli and Oat/Wheat Bran. Their awesome range of Selects (Steel cut Oats) and Organics (Quinoa and Chia) is already creating waves in the market.

Eat Healthy. Live Well!

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Article written by food engineering expert Prachi Gupta

2 thoughts on “How Healthy are the Cornflakes?

  1. Quite informative article Prachi. A little more elaboration on GI triggers in normal day to day habits of kids and growing ups will bring more relatable acceptibility for parents.

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