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Whole Grains  

Rich in fiber, vitamins and minerals, Whole Grains provide you with the nutrition you need to keep you feeling your best.

Whole grains, unlike refined grains, contain all three portions of the grain kernel: the bran, the germ, and the endosperm.  The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) recommends making at least one-half of dietary grains, whole grains.  By eating more whole grains, you increase your fiber consumption, which may lead to reduced blood cholesterol and risk for heart disease, enhanced digestive function, and heightened satiety.  Whole grains are also rich in B-vitamins that are critical for metabolic processes, iron for oxygen transport, magnesium for energy utilization, and selenium for enhanced immune function.   

When shopping for whole grain products, look for the Whole Grains Council stamp on Aunt Millie’s packaging.

For more information on the benefits of whole grains, visit the Whole Grains Council’s website. 

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