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Try our whole grains recipes; they impart delicious fibre-filled nutritional benefits.
Studies consistently show that a diet rich in whole grains can combat all sorts of health issues from heart disease to reducing the risk of various types of cancer. Plus, whole grains regulate blood glucose in diabetics while decreasing cholesterol and lowering blood pressure.
Most of the vitamins in whole grains are found in the bran (the protective coating), the germ (the inner nourishment), and the endosperm (the transporter). Together, this trio contains essential B vitamins, fibre, folic acid, vitamin E, magnesium, and iron. These are but a few of the key nutrients that make whole grains so important in our day-to-day diet.
To be absolutely sure you’re getting the best whole grains for your nutrient health, you need to read—as well as understand—labels. We’ve simplified it with three easy and important guidelines.
We’ve developed some delicious recipes that fill all the criteria of “whole grain” and “nutrient rich.” Recipes with plenty of sensory appeal—eyes, nose, and taste buds. Feast on at least three healthy 100 percent whole grain servings a day—smart foods for your health.