Just like any whole grains, wheat berries are excellent providers of dietary fiber. The nutrients are left untouched since they are not processed and provide us with folic acid, protein, B-complex vitamins and vitamin E. The wheat grass acts as a cleanser and is rich in Vit.A,B, C and E along with other minerals. It is supposed to have anti-aging capabilities. The grass is rich in chlorophyll (obviously) and hence works directly on the liver and removes toxins.
Add some variety to your breakfasts by switching up oats for wheat berries. This recipe from 101 Cookbooks suggests, maple syrup, cranberries, pecans, pears, persimmon, crstalized ginger, and dates. Sounds ah-mazing.