Finding whole grains in everyday foods
According to the Whole Grain Council, the average American eats less than one serving of whole grains each day.
The 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommended that all adults make at least one-half of their grains whole, which amounts to three to five servings of whole grains every day.
Why should we care? Whole grains are excellent sources of Vitamin E, B-Vitamins, fiber and the minerals zinc, iron and magnesium. Intake of these nutrients is vital for heart health and a strong immune system.
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