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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

Choose the simple whole grain swap backed by global research!

In Australia, Nordic nations are best known for their chilly climate, flat-pack furniture, and addictive TV crime shows, but why not their whole grain habits? This Whole Grain Week, we’re encouraging you to eat like the Danish – who enjoy more than three times the amount of whole grain than most Aussies! Our second Whole Grain Week … Continue reading

New research – more good news for whole grains

New research has linked higher intake of whole grains to lower body weight – so instead of cutting carbs, our focus should be on grain quality instead. Read our media release here.

Do it like the Danes this Whole Grain Week!

In Australia, Nordic nations are best known for their chilly climate, flat-pack furniture, and addictive TV crime shows, but why not their whole grain habits? This Whole Grain Week, we’re encouraging you to eat like the Danish – who enjoy more than three times the amount of whole grain than most Aussies! Whole Grain Week … Continue reading

The Power of a Plant-Based Diet for a Healthy Gut

by Anna Debenham & Alex Parker, The Biting Truth Tired of diets promising health wonders and miracle cures that fail to eventuate? It’s time to say goodbye to the era of ‘low-everything’ diets and make room for the plant-based lifestyle! There is growing evidence of the powers of plant-based diets (i.e. high in fibre, vitamins … Continue reading

Grains are back: new research shows fewer Australians are avoiding grains!

After years of going against the grain, promising new research from the Grains and Legumes Nutrition Council (GLNC) has found fewer Australians are limiting grain foods, and more of us are enjoying legumes. The triennial Consumption Study found 47 per cent of Australians limit grains, significantly less than the 60 per cent recorded in 2014 … Continue reading

GLNC Snack Bar Audit Results

We recently conducted an analysis of snack bar products on-shelf in major supermarkets in Sydney – the encouraging results showed that almost 3/4 of muesli bars are at least a source of fibre and a source of whole grain! Download our fact sheet and handy tips on choosing the right snack bar here.

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