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A – Z of Herbal Remedies

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Wheat Germ Remedy

Wheat Germ: It is a nutritional food full of vitamins, minerals and proteins. Wheat germ contains nearly every B vitamin our body needs, including thiamin (vitamin B1), riboflavin (vitamin B2), niacin (vitamin B3), vitamin B6, folate and pantothenic acid. It also contains omega 3 fatty acids. Thus it is very important for women suffering from uterine bleeding. Wheat germ contains no less than 23 nutrients, and has more nutrients per ounce than any other vegetable or grain. 
Herbal Research: Wheat Germ


Wheat Germ - Supplement for Uterine Bleeding: Wheat germ is part of the wheat kernel that is removed when wheat grains are being ground into flour. It is a very small part of the whole wheat grain but it is rich in nutrients. You can often purchase wheat germ in grain or oil forms in health food sections of grocery stores.

It is a nutritional food full of vitamins, minerals and proteins. Wheat germ contains nearly every B vitamin our body needs, including thiamin (vitamin B1), riboflavin (vitamin B2), niacin (vitamin B3), vitamin B6, folate and pantothenic acid. It also contains omega 3 fatty acids. Thus it is very important for women suffering from uterine bleeding. Wheat germ contains no less than 23 nutrients, and has more nutrients per ounce than any other vegetable or grain. 

Just a small handful added to your breakfast will be enough for you to benefit from.

It usually comes in toasted form rather than its natural state which makes it sweeter and easier to add to foods like toast, pancakes, muffins, yogurt, casseroles, bread and other foods. Any amount can be used but two tablespoons is sufficient as you will use it everyday just like cereals on any cereal or food.

Always seek the advice of your doctor before taking herbal remedies
   

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