One of the biggest breakthroughs ever made in nutritional research occurred in 1923 when vitamin F was discovered. Studies of groups of animals fed on experimental diets were going on and it was soon found that lacking this essential vitamin lead the poor animals used in these early experiments to quickly develop skin sores and lesions which were quite different from those caused by other vitamin deficiencies. In fact the diet had vitamins A, B and D added to makeSee More… How Vitamin F Cured Scaly Skin and a Lot More | ABCs of Vitamins
Rye is most at home in Central, Eastern and Northern Europe where it’s rich and hearty taste is most appreciated. But it can be found worldwide in bread and grain mixes and even in whisky and rye beer. When ground to a flour it can be made into pumpernickel,sourdough and crisp breads. Bread making is facilitated by its gluten content which is high enough to make baking easy but is lower than in wheat flour. Rye may be a goodSee More… Wholegrain Rye To Boost Your Health!