Eating fewer refined and more whole grains could lower heart disease risk
“Whole Grains” is a lobbied marketing term (through petitions bought and paid for via the American Association Of Cereal Chemists) and does not mean a complex carbohydrate. Caveat Emptor!
~ Uncle Russ
People who regularly eat whole grains tend to have less of the type of fat associated with heart health and diabetes risk than those who eat more refined grains, according to a new study.