Cornmeal Health Benefits, Properties, and Uses


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What is Cornmeal?

Cornmeal is the powdered version of dried corn kernels. Cornmeal’s consistency is coarse, crumb-like grounds, bright yellow in color. Cooked cornmeal is called polenta and it's a traditional Italian dish but used in cooking around the world.1,2

Cornmeal Health Uses and Health Benefits

Cornmeal is a wheat-free flour alternative that can be used by people with celiac disease or gluten allergies. Cornmeal health benefits include having a high level of nutrition, especially in protein and fiber content. High fiber diets are linked to lower rates of diabetes, heart disease and obesity, so cornmeal is a good preventive food for these conditions. Because cornmeal is also a rich source of iron, it’s a good food option for people with anemia (iron deficiency).1,2



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Diabetes Effective
Anemia Effective
Weight Loss Effective