Harvard Health Letter

Spotting whole grains at the grocery store

Thatís the first step in avoiding unhealthy refined or highly processed grains. Itís important to eat a diet that includes whole grains. But not everyone knows what that means. ďSome people arenít sure what a whole grain is. It can be confusing, and you may wind up making the wrong food choices,Ē says registered dietitian Kathy McManus, director of the Department of Nutrition at Harvard-affiliated Brigham and Womenís Hospital. Whole-grain goodness…

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