Harvard Women's Health Watch
6 suggestions for adding whole grains to your diet
Although they may seem unfamiliar, these nutritious foods are as easy to cook and use as white rice. Refined carbohydrates are out; whole grains are in. That’s one of the messages from the 2015–2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans. It makes a lot of sense, given that diets rich in whole grains are linked with a reduced risk of diabetes, heart disease, obesity, and certain cancers.