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Are Whole Grains Good for You?

by Sharon Palmer
Are Whole Grains Good for You?

Whole grain foods, such as oats, wheat, and quinoa, have been at the cornerstone of traditional diets around the planet since the beginning of human history. These wild grains were collected and later cultivated, providing essential nutrients to our diets. So, we’ve come full circle today in our unreasonable fear of consuming grains.

Are whole grains really healthy? Are whole grains bad for you? Are whole grains good for you? I get so, so many questions on whether you should include whole grains in your diet. So, I’m weighing in with my top nutrition advice, plus I’m sharing some of my favorite healthy whole grain recipes.

Keep reading this article on Sharon Palmer, The Plant Powered Dietitian.

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