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What is the difference between cereal and grain?
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The main difference between the whole grain and cereal are the nutritional content that they have. Whole grain is considered as the healthier option amongst the two. In fact it has been said that regular consumption of this can help eliminate heart disease and even protect the body from possible cancer. Cereal on the other hand is very useful when it comes to someone who is planning to lose weight. There were several discussions about it not being enough to provide the proper nutrition, however it is widely accepted that when one is planning to shed off some pounds it is already given that they may also lose some much needed vitamins and minerals. Read more:
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what is the exact difference between cereals and grains
Weegy: Cereal, grains and cereal grains refer to the same things. The word cereal comes from 'Ceres', a Roman goddess of agriculture Cereal grains include any plant from the grass family that yields an edible grain/seed. [ Corn/maize, rice, wheat, barley, triticale, rye, sorghum, fonio, oats, job's tears, kamut, spelt, teff, wild rice (not a "real" rice), etc. are some cereal grains. There are also pseudocereals which are from non-grass plants (broadleaf plants). They're used basically the same as cereals and can be very good for you. Some examples would be amaranth, buckwheat, quinoa, breadnut and cattail. ] (More)
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