Facebook debate: Is cornflakes served with cold or hot milk?



Mon, 10 Sep 2018 - 12:42 GMT


Mon, 10 Sep 2018 - 12:42 GMT

Cornflakes- CC via pixabay/ Tookapic

Cornflakes- CC via pixabay/ Tookapic

CAIRO - 10 September 2018: Is cornflakes served with cold or hot milk? This question has recently been circulating among cornflakes lovers on social media, specifically on Facebook.

The pioneers of Facebook provoked the idea and users propagated the argument by creating polls, sharing and supporting their opinions. Some said, “it should be cold and crispy to be delicious.” Meanwhile, another party stressed "hot milk makes it crumbly and that’s how it should be."

However, others added “we eat it without milk.” Rapidly cornflakes became the focus of attention on social media.

According to a poll conducted by Identity Magazine on September 1, most people prefer it with cold milk as 70 percent of those who participated in the poll prefer it with cold milk, compared to 30 percent for the hot milk choice.

While people were busy voting enthusiastically to clinch the issue, eventually a production company of the cornflakes ended the debate. On its Facebook page, the company posted, “we recommend cornflakes with cold milk in order to remain crispy,” sarcastically adding Egyptian star youssra's picture with the caption “those who prefer it with hot milk ... It can be both.”

But the question should be whether cornflakes is healthy or not? Well, the clear answer is yes! It is healthy for you; here are some of Cornflakes' benefits:

1. Nutrition: Corn flakes are not only delicious but also an excellent source of vitamins A, B, C and D. It is low on cholesterol and has high iron content.

2. Helps with dietary routines & weight loss: Weight loss could result from consumption of the cornflakes diet over a period of time as the calorie intake is limited and portion sizes can be easily controlled.

3. Protein: As healthy cornflakes is served with milk, it makes diet protein rich which is vital for growing immune system, regulating enzymes and stabilizing hormones, repairing body tissues and maintaining the structure of the RBCs.

4. Beneficial for heart disease: Low fat foods keep your stomach full, thus decreasing the intake of unnecessary unhealthy food.

5. Maintains lung health: Corn has a carotenoid known as beta-cryptoxanthin that helps promote the health of lungs and also prevents lung cancer.



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