Fresh Look At Whole Grains

Eighty percent of Americans eat less than one whole grain product per day. Yet, the term ?whole grains? comes up often in nutrition recommendations and guidelines. Understanding the parts of a grain and their nutritional benefits will motivate you to incorporate more whole grains in your diet.
A whole grain is one that contains the entire seed of the plant -? the starchy interior called the endos...

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