Harvard Men's Health Watch

In the journals: Are your whole grains wholly healthy?

Some whole-grain food products are high in healthy fiber but may contain added sugars and salt, which lower the food's nutritional quality. Look for foods with a ratio of total to fiber carbohydrates of at least 10 to one.

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