Joanne Slavin

David Kritchevsky

Eaten any whole-grain foods lately? Perhaps some whole-grain cereal for breakfast or whole-grain bread with your dinner? If you are the average consumer, the answer is no. The American Heart Association, the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, and Healthy People 2010 all recommend that consumers choose a variety of grains, including whole grains, and that they consume at least six grain servings each day. Half of those grain servings should be whole grains. An effort has been launched to convince …

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