whole grain

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whole grain

An entire kernel of grain, consisting of the bran, the endosperm, and the germ.
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We have no whole oats," the Steward replied, with much deference.
Look for whole grains, such as oats, whole oat flour, whole grain corn, and whole wheat, to be listed first in the ingredients list.
11) Colloidal oatmeal is derived from grinding the whole oat seed without chemical solvents, a process that preserves oatmeal's natural components.
100% steel cut oats that are expertly cut to cook quickly while still preserving the hearty texture and rich, nutty taste of a whole oat," says the canister.
Date and oat bars (left), Apricot and white chocolate Rice Krispie squares (above) and whole oat flapjacks (below).
The differences in size between oat and groats were primarily due to differences in length, although groat widths were also significantly smaller than whole oat widths (Table 4).
Whole oat flour, which imparts a sweet flavor to bread, is high in water-soluble fiber and nutrients (but also higher in sodium and unsaturated fat than most grains).
Significantly increasing whole oat consumption may greatly reduce risk for cardiovascular disease in hypertensive patients.
Following a heat treatment to inactivate lipase and lipoxygenase, the oats are then milled to provide rolled oats, oatmeal and whole oat flour, and oat bran.
Roughly 65 per cent of its oat products such as whole oat flour, oat bran and instant rolled oats go to the U.
Men who ate a cereal containing psyllium and whole oats as part of a low-fat diet achieved greater reductions in serum cholesterol that men who ate just a whole oat cereal alone in the same diet, according to a recent study by a team of researchers from the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine of the University of Massachusetts Medical Center.
The exemption would apply if the food exceeds this requirement due to fat content derived from whole oat sources.