Corn kernels are rich in unsaturated fatty acids, especially the content of linoleic acid is as high as 60% or more. It works synergistically with vitamin E in corn germ to reduce blood cholesterol concentration and prevent its deposition on the blood vessel wall. Vitamin E can also promote the division of human cells and delay aging. Corn also contains a longevity factor-glutathione, which generates glutathione oxidase with the participation of selenium, which has the function of restoring youth and delaying aging.
Corn kernels, fresh corn kernels taste solid, like raisins, and taste sweet.
With every bite, there is a little surprise of corn kernels and or raisins. Compared with pure corn flour, it adds a lot of layers and tastes a lot! Peeling corn kernels is a headache for many people. Cutting with a knife can easily cut the corn kernels and affect the appearance. It's a bit hard to get started with hands, and it's tiring and very unsuccessful.