white flour

noun
  1. flour that consists substantially of the starchy endosperm of wheat, most of the bran and the germ having been removed by the milling process
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  • For instance, nearly all white-flour products are to be condemned.

    Vitality Supreme

    Bernarr Macfadden

  • Unquestionably, if one is using meat freely, white-flour products are not nearly so harmful as when taken with a vegetarian diet.

    Vitality Supreme

    Bernarr Macfadden

  • White bread and white-flour products constitute the most serious cause of constipation.

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    Bernarr Macfadden