Diabetics Cheat Death with Bran

Diabetics Cheat Death with Bran

A study published in the May 25, 2010 issue of Circulation finds that people with diabetes who eat more whole grains are less likely to die from cardiovascular disease than are people with diabetes who have low whole grain intakes. The researchers from Harvard and other Boston-area research institutes studied almost 8,000 diabetic women already … Read more

A Brief Guide to Whole Grain

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Whole-grain consists of all consumable parts of the grain, including endosperm, bran, and germ. Whole grains fall into two categories- pseudo-cereals and cereals. Cereal grains are derived from cereal grasses such as corn, rye, wheat, millet, oat, barley, sorghum, and rice. Whereas, the pseudo-cereal grains don’t derive from grasses, and include buckwheat, amaranth, and quinoa. … Read more