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Whole grains associated with lower death rates

In the Journals Eating more whole grains may reduce your risk of premature death, according to research published online June 14, 2016, by Circulation. The research included 12 studies involving a total of 786,076 participants. The results showed that people who ate 70 grams per day of whole grains (about four servings) had a 23% lower risk of death from cardiovascular disease, and a 20% lower risk of cancer death, compared with those…

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