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New research shows whole grains trump refined for heart health

New Australian research collating evidence from 25 individual studies of 2,295 participants worldwide has found that increasing whole grain consumption may improve some risk factors for cardiovascular disease (CVD). Published in the world’s most read scientific nutrition journal, the Journal of the American Academy of Nutrition & Dietetics1, the findings suggest that although whole grain … Continue reading

Not all grains need be wholegrain

Review suggests a place for refined grain favourites In Australia, the current dietary guidelines recommend “Eat plenty of cereals (including breads, rice, pasta, and noodles), preferably wholegrain”, however they do not give any recommendations about what proportion of cereal foods can still be consumed as refined grains. At the Public Health Association of Australia National … Continue reading

Avoid unwanted kilos with wholegrains

20 year study shows how to halt weight gain Have you ever wondered which foods and beverages, when consumed on a regular basis, are most likely to pack on the kilos? A recent paper published in the New England Journal of Medicine sheds light on this very question. The researchers looked at the relationship between … Continue reading

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