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As rice goes Le2,500, garie Le1,500; Bulgur Now Le7,000

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As rice goes Le2,500, garie Le1,500; Bulgur Now Le7,000

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“Since I was diagnosed with a certain ailment some five years ago by my doctor, I’ve been living on bulgur which was recommended for my daily diet. But as is it now with the sharp price increase which will be very much difficult for me to meet, God know how am I going to survive it.” Denison Mansaray told AYV last evening.

Bulgur is low in fat, high in minerals like manganese, magnesium and iron, plus it’s a good source of plant-based protein. On top of this, bulgur wheat provides a very good dose of the dietary fiber you need for digestive and heart health — over 25 percent of your daily needs in every one-cup serving!

Swapping refined grains for whole grains, such as quinoa and also brown rice, popcorn, bulgur wheat and barley, is not only more nutritious, it can help you losebelly fat.

Whole grains contain fiber, which makes a consumer feel fuller on less food.

Made from whole grain hard red wheat that has been parboiled, dried and cracked, grind bulgur is quick to prepare and can be reconstituted with hot water in a matter of minutes

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