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The Truth About Whole Grains and Fiber

The Truth About

Whole Grains and Fiber

Grain-based foods, especially whole grain foods, are rich in complex carbohydrates and are a good source of fiber and valuable antioxidants.

Below are some important FAQs about whole grains and fiber.


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What are whole grains?
How do whole grains stack up against other foods when it comes to phytonutrients?
What is fiber?
How can I find whole grains?
Are products made with stone-ground flour or cracked wheat good sources of whole grains?
Is there a whole grain stamp I can look for on a package?
What about white bread?
How much whole grain do I need?
Are all whole grains high in fiber?
Are high fiber foods a good source of whole grains?
How much fiber do I need?

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