Whole Grain: Which Do You Choose?

Many food manufacturers are making products with whole grains. How do you choose? Could eating a whole wheat glazed donut be the same as eating brown rice? Is a sugary cereal such as Chocolate Lucky Charms okay if it is made with whole grains? Would eating a cookie really count as a whole grain serving? And what about crackers that have a lot of fat or sodium?

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