As a nutrient with fiber, corn helps with a more balanced rise in blood sugar levels and prevents constipation. As pulp intake increases, the risk of coronary heart disease decreases, and corn is a food which contains pulp. Corn contains protein, calcium, iron, phosphorus, and vitamins A and B2. It softens the bowels and reduces stomach problems. As a source of energy with a high level of starch and carbohydrates, it gives energy to the body and the mind. Eyes, bones, teeth and kidneys benefit from the Vitamin A that it contains. It is rich in unsaturated fatty acids, and unsaturated fat is good for the health of the heart and arteries as it controls the level of cholesterol in blood.
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