Botanical Name: Triticum aestivum
Tamil Name: சம்பா கோதுமை – Samba Godumai
Hindi Name: सांभा गेहूं – saambha gehoon
Malayalam Name: സാംബ ഗോതമ്പ് – sāmba gēātamp
Telugu Name: గోధుమ – Samba gōdhuma
About Samba Wheat:
Samba Wheat is one of the healthiest grain, its lessens cholesterol (0% cholesterol). Best for diabetes and people with high sugar levels.
Wheat is rich in catalytic elements, mineral salts, calcium, magnesium, potassium, sulfur, chlorine, arsenic, silicon, manganese, zinc, iodine, copper, vitamin B, and vitamin E.
Samba wheat is the most familiar cereal available all over the world and now it is highly demanded due to its high health benefits.
Over the years, it has proved itself to be one of the most healthful and sustainable cereals crops in the world. It initially cultivated in southwestern Asia, but today it is grown in countless countries. Commonly, wheat cultivation is done at higher latitudes and is primarily used for baking bread products.
Wheat naturally controls weight gain in everyone, but this ability is more utilized by women. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition research showed that whole wheat, rather than refined form, is a good choice for obese patients. Regular consumption of wheat will reduce weight in women.
Saturated and trans fats increase the risks of cardiovascular diseases, while omega-3 fats decrease the risk of cardiovascular disease.
Whole grains like wheat are effective in patients with metabolic disorders. Common types of metabolic syndromes include visceral obesity, otherwise called as the “pear-shaped” body, high triglycerides, low levels of protective HDL cholesterol, and high blood pressure.
It fights against all of these conditions. Foods made from refined grains increase the hazards of insulin resistance.