6 Great Whole-Grain Recipes
Your great grain guide
by Sandy Gluck
Why eat whole grains? They're complex carbs with all their fiber and nutrients (B vitamins, phytochemicals, and healthy fats) intact. When grains are refinedthink white ricethe bran and germ are removed, along with most of the fiber. Getting at least three daily servings helps cut your risk of heart disease and some cancers, according to the Harvard Nurses' Health Studies. So eat up!
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