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macrobiotics (used with a sing. verb) a philosophical view that emphasizes living in harmony with nature, esp. through a diet of whole grains and vegetables, which is thought to promote long life.
thiamine a white, crystalline member of the vitamin B complex, found in many foods, esp. whole grains, required in human nutrition for metabolism; vitamin B1.
vitamin b6 a compound found in meats, green vegetables, and whole grains, required in human nutrition for metabolism; pyridoxine.
vitamin E a compound found in vegetable oils and whole grains, required in human nutrition for the maintenance of blood cells, membranes, and liver and brain tissue; tocopherol.
whole-wheat made with the whole grain of wheat, including the husk, or with flour made of the whole grain.