In Peru and Colombia, mote refers to husked white corn kernels that have been boiled with charcoal or firewood. Its use dates back more than 7000 years ago, with the pre-Columbian cultures like the Incas.
Corn is a high-antioxidant food & it provides a good dose of fibre, with about 4.5 grams of fibre per cup of kernels
The B vitamins such as B1, B3 and B9 containing also aid in the functioning of the central nervous system. It is a complete food that also gives you minerals like magnesium, calcium, iron and phosphorus.