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  • Process/grinding method for Maida, suji, Rawa is different from Atta.
  • Maida, Suji and rawa is made from roller Mill process where gradual size reduction take place in 4 steps, While in case of Atta, wheat is crushed in single step (through stone grinder).
  • Maida is whiter and finer than Atta because of high Bran extraction (close to 30%) Basically it is fine crushed endosperm, and Suji and Rawa are by products of Maida Grinding process and are separated from Purifier are coarse endosperm. Atta is mixture of fine crushed endosperm and Bran.
  • Yes this is correct claim as the manufacturing process for Maida and Atta Is totally different.
  • Mill ka Atta is the by-product of Maida Milling Process; rough stream of Process is taken out as R-Atta or Mill ka Atta.
  • Bran is basically outer layer of Wheat which is insoluble dietary fiber roughly wheat contains 13-14% of Bran.
  • Color of Atta will mainly depend on the Bran Extraction,More the extraction whiter will be the atta.
  • Atta dough turns black during storage in refrigerator over the time period is because of oxidation of Starch which turns the Dough dark over the period
  • Black spots on Roti are basically caramalization reaction of sugar with heat.

Water absorption in Atta means while kneading the Atta to prepare dough amount of water taken by Atta to give smooth non sticky dough, more the water absorption, more the yield it will have and softer the roti it will be.

Dietary fibre is classified under carbohydrates and hence, can be termed a nutrient. It is the only nutrient that is not absorbed by the body.

A high fibre diet leads to numerous health benefits; balanced blood sugar and cholesterol levels, prevention from heart diseases, prevention from colon cancer, weight management, clean digestive system, body toxins' and waste disposal and clear skin among others.

Dietary fibre, when consumed when your body lacks the water it needs, can lead to dehydration and constipation. Water is an important element for fibre to work its way through the system.

It is 21-28 grams for women and 32-38 grams for men. This is for adults below 50 years of age.

Dietary fibre directly reaches the large intestine but is not digested. It absorbs water along the way while taking toxins, waste, yeast and any fungus along with it and flushing them out of your system.

Yes.Although it's recommended to consume fibre from whole foods, supplements do work as well. Different kinds of fibre perform different functions. Each type of fibre is important for a healthy body. One needs to look for the specific benefits of each type of fibre and consume them as per one's requirements.