Harvard Heart Letter

The wholesome goodness of grains

Eating more whole grains is linked to a lower risk of heart disease. The word “refined” often describes things that have been stripped of impurities or other unwanted elements. But when it comes to wheat, rice, and other grains, the refining process instead removes the most healthful parts of these nutritious foods. …

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