October 2001 Issue
There’s More to Whole Grains Than Whole Wheat
Itís hard to beat whole grains. They are packed with vitamins, minerals and fiber that you just donít find in plain white bread, processed cereals or white rice or even in many healthful-looking enriched "multi-grain" breads, for that matter. Plus, whole grains have a new health cachet, now that researchers have uncovered disease-fighting properties from the phytonutrients they contain (see EN, February 2001).
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