As popularity of whole grains continues to increase, getting educated about whole grains is important. A whole grain is most commonly found milled into flour and used to make breads, cereals, pasta, crackers and other grain-based foods. Its health benefits include, but are not limited to, reduced constipation, fewer hemorrhoids, lower risk of diverticular disease, lower cholesterol levels, decreased risk of cardiovascular disease, reduced risk of cancer and reduced risk of Type II diabetes. Click here to download our full-page PDF poster explaining it all.
GRAPHIC: Get to know your grains
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