Introduction: Corn pap is a Nigerian fermented cereal pudding produced from maize that is sometimes used as Akamu, Ogi, cooko, or elao. This super light food has been around for decades, and is consumed both by adults and children in Nigeria. The pap traditionally refined (Akamu) has a deaf taste and is well suited to rice, Akara, moi-moi, okpa and others. Nutritional Benefits: ile Foods Akamu/Ogi pap is abundant in important elements such as carbohydrates, vitamins (A, B5,B3,B1, ribophlavin, C), folic acid, potassium, chromium, selenium, zinc, and magnesium. ile Akamu/Ogi pap has also been rich in amino acids, including tryptophan, phenylalanine, isoleucine, leucine, lysine, and valine. Health Benefits: Chromium in ile Pap may reduce LDL cholesterol levels and prevent atherosclerotic plaques in the corpora. The same mineral is often related to raise blood sugar levels, decreased risks of diabetes of type 1 and type 2, reduced obesity, higher energy levels, increased regenerative skills, only a handful. Again the quality of Pap in zinc and magnesium is often deemed excellent for reducing the body's LDL cholesterol since it contains powerful properties beneficial for this.
ile Foods Ogi/Pap/Akamu