Many consumers also are relying on front-of-pack communication to determine whether or not a product contains whole grains
, Carson added.
RESEARCH SUGGESTS THAT FIBER-RICH BRAN may be a key contributor to the health benefits of whole grain
. Most prospective studies of bran, fiber, and whole grains
and the risk of heart disease showed that bran and fiber intake were more protective than whole grain
In short, we should "Increase whole-grain intake by replacing refined grains with whole grains
We started off well enough, growing amber waves of whole grains
that were used for bread and beer predominantly, along with plenty of pies and cakes.
The second reason I refuse to buy refined, white bread, is that whole grains
simply taste better.
have become superstars of the nutrition world because they help protect against many chronic health conditions including cancer, heart disease, obesity, and diabetes.
EATING two portions of whole grains
- such as wholemeal bread - a day makes you 40 per cent less likely to develop pancreatic cancer than eating less than one, according to new research from the University of California.
Regular consumption of whole grains
probably cuts the risk for heart failure by supplying fiber, nutrients, and phytoestrogens, he added.
This research paper is intended to raise awareness of the benefits of whole grains
in the diet as well as to educate the consumer on how to select whole grain
The Whole Grains
Council, Boston, unveils a new Whole Grain
Stamp design that contains more consumer information.
FDA limits claims about whole grains
: In a setback for food marketers aiming to capitalize on the growing appetite for whole-grain products, FDA has rejected General Mills Inc.'s plea for permission to label cereal, bread and other products as a "good source" or "excellent source" of whole grains
are not the same as fiber, but fiber certainly is an important component of them.