Mar 6, 2018
The USDA recommends eating grains daily, and at least half of those should be whole grains. Research shows whole grains reduce risks of heart disease, stroke, cancer, diabetes and obesity. However, even consumers who are aware of the health benefits of whole grains are often unsure how to find them and prepare them. K-State Research and Extension nutrition specialist Sandy Procter says reading product labels is one of the most effective ways to add more whole grains to your diet.
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