Why Organic Sweet Corn? Part 2 - Nutrition

Why Organic Sweet Corn? Part 2 - Nutrition

Sweet corn is a delicious type of maize that is well known for its sweet taste. It is exceptionally nutritious and filled with vitamins that are beneficial to your health.

Nutrition

Corn promotes heart health; it improves its functions and prevents heart diseases. It has a high folate content and many nutrients like magnesium, potassium, and zinc. Organic sweet corn contains no added sugar, its sweet taste is completely natural. Sweet corn is low in carbohydrates because of its low starch content. Sweet corn has the vitamin lutein contribute to eye health. It also contains a significant amount of folate, which is a vital nutrient for pregnant moms. The fiber found in sweet corn can help lower cholesterol and regulate digestion. Sweet corn can help prevent several illnesses; it contains carotenoids that strengthen the immune system.

Storing

Store organic corn in an airtight container in a cool, dry place. If you want to save time before using cornmeal, grind the fresh dry corn into coarse cornmeal and store. Corn will keep for around 12 months when correctly stored.

Although sweet corn is a naturally nutritious food, it is important to make sure your corn has no additives. Here at Be Still Farms, all our products are Non-GMO and 100% organic. Ingredients you can trust!

 

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