Whole Grains for Lower Diabetes Risk

A study of over 5,000 Swedish adults reported this month that those who consumed 2 oz of whole grains or more per day were less likely to be diagnosed with elevated blood glucose when the researchers followed up with them 8-10 years later.  Whole grains, like popcorn, brown rice, rye and whole wheat, are also good sources of fiber and a variety of other beneficial nutrients that may promote heart health and lower risks of certain types of cancers.  Read more by clicking here.

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