Features March 2015 Issue

Eating More Whole Grains Linked to Lower Heart Disease Risk

Fruit with whole-grain cereal makes for a fiber-rich breakfast.

Eating More Whole Grains Linked to Lower Heart Disease Risk

Research shows significant health benefits of replacing refined grains with whole grains, even for just one serving of grains per day.

You may be familiar with the American Dietary Guidelines that recommend the consumption of three to five servings of whole grains each day. If not, take note now because there is new research that makes a strong case for working more whole-grain foods into your diet.

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