The health benefits of lentils are well
known, but new research into lentil flour has shown those benefits
are enhanced when it is baked in bread.
Charles Sturt University's Functional Grains Centre PhD student Drew
Portman said the cooking process amplified antioxidant activity.
"That can help your body to mop up free
radicals that can cause damage to human cells," he said.
"Lentil flour is also high in protein so it
can help keep people full for longer, which could help people manage their
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(ABC NEWS 05/10/18)