Flour is a fine powder obtained from cereal grains like wheat, barley, corn, rye and rice. It is even obtained from non-grain plants. The grains are dried and then ground into powder.
Choose fine ground flour that has powder like consistency and make sure there are no lumps in it.
Consumption of too much flour may cause abdominal obesity, constipation, irregular blood sugar level and also increase the risk of type 2 diabetes. It may cause allergic reactions in those who are gluten intolerant.(2)
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