Whole Grain Facts

 

Celebrate Whole Grains Month with some whole grain facts!

Whole grains contain the bran, endosperm, and germ of a grain kernel. Refined grains usually contain only the endosperm. There are lots of nutrients in the bran and germ, and removing them often leads to a less nutrient-dense final product. Sometimes refined grain foods can be fortified with a few of the nutrients they lost, but that's n...

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