The differences between wheat starch and flour mainly include different ingredients, different tastes, different storage times, different nutritional values, different uses, etc. It should be noted that food cannot replace medicine.
1. Different ingredients
Wheat starch is mainly made from wheat and is rich in carbohydrates, protein, dietary fiber and other nutrients. Flour is mainly made from wheat, which is rich in protein, fat, carbohydrates and other nutrients.
2. Different taste
The taste of wheat starch and flour will also be different. Wheat starch is easier to digest, while flour is easier to absorb.
3. Different storage times
Wheat starch has a relatively short storage time and may deteriorate if left for a long time. Flour has a relatively long storage time. If stored properly, it can generally be stored for 2-3 years.
4. Different nutritional values
Wheat starch is rich in carbohydrates, which can replenish the energy needed by the body, promote gastrointestinal motility, and help digest and absorb food. Flour is rich in protein, fat, vitamins and other nutrients. After eating, it can supplement the body with the nutrients it needs and can also enhance one’s own immunity.
5. Different uses
Wheat starch can be used to make pasta, pastries, etc. Flour can be used to make various foods, pastries, and wine.
In daily life, patients are advised to pay attention to a healthy diet and avoid eating spoiled food to avoid food poisoning. If symptoms of discomfort occur, it is recommended that patients seek medical treatment in time.