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How much wheat germ to eat daily?

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There is no such recommendation regarding consumption of wheat germ. One could start by taking 1 tablespoon per day so to meet daily fiber requirements since one tablespoon contains 2 grams of fiber. Taking wheat germ in every meal along with fruits and vegetables can help in consuming an adequate amount of fibers in a day. Consumption of wheat germ should be started gradually with 1 tablespoon to avoid any potential problems with digestion.

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Add it to your smoothie! oh my god it tastes heavenly plus it’s healthy too

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Thank you so much guys!

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