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wheat germ

[′wēt ‚jərm]
(botany)
The embryo of a wheat grain.
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It also has shea butter and wheatgerm oil to help nourish the skin.
Next it's my bump's turn to get attention and it is smothered in Tummy Rub, an award-winning product containing wheatgerm and shea butter.
All fruit and vegetables have antioxidants but Dr Murad particularly recommends blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, goji berries, pomegranates, carrots, mangoes, kiwis, papayas, blackcurrants, almonds, wheatgerm and dark green leafy vegetables.
The tripled milled soaps ($7) come in Crabapple & Mulberry, Oatmeal & Wheatgerm and Vetiver & Juniperberry, while the glycerin soap ($7) varieties include Chamomile, Lime and Blackcurrant.
Lean meat, chicken, fish, wheatgerm, beans and pulses are all rich in folic acid.
Feed fish on wheatgerm sticks, which they can digest in low temperatures.
Renowned for producing nutritional and natural health foods, Jordans Cereals stored and handled raw bulk material products such as sugar and wheatgerm in FIBCs (Flexible Intermediate Bulk Containers), while storing oats, raisins, nuts, etc.
Beeswax, hempseed and wheatgerm oil are the main lip balm ingredients.
This moisturiser is actually a dry oil (containing jojoba and wheatgerm oil, rose petals and vanilla) and claims to give skin a healthy glow.
An obvious place to start would be ensuring that no teenager leaves school without being able to make a decent Irish soda bread: just mix wholemeal flour, wheatgerm, bran, bicarbonate of soda and buttermilk, then bake.
HOCHDORF Nutrition AG is the European market leader in the research and development of natural, cold-pressed wheatgerm.
Omega 3 fatty acids are also found in flax seeds, pumpkin seeds, hemp oil, walnuts, soybeans, wheatgerm and eggs, and available as a food supplement.