wholegrains

wholegrains

(ˈhəʊlˌɡreɪnz)
pl n
(Cookery) the whole unprocessed grains of cereals such as wheat and maize
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wholegrains

whole grains [ˈhəʊlgreɪnz] nplcéréales fpl complètes
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DIETS low in wholegrains, nuts and seeds are linked to the highest rates of death in Ireland when it comes to our eating habits, a study revealed.
ISLAMABAD -- Consuming wholegrains such as a slice of rye bread or a bowl of oat porridge daily can prevent the development of Type-2 diabetes, a study said.
Packed with energising wholegrains and the vitamin-boosting berries, this light lunch will help revitalise and boost your immune system.
| WHOLEGRAINS: Choose wholegrains which release glucose slowly into the bloodstream, keeping you mentally alert throughout the day.
But according to figures from Newcastle University, nearly 80 per cent of us are falling short of the recommended 48g of wholegrains a day.
This means waving goodbye to white bread, rice and pasta-based meals and replacing them with a plate packed with vegetables, lean meat or alternative protein and a palmful of wholegrains (quinoa, wholegrain rice, bulgar wheat).
2 WHOLEGRAINS: Wholegrains are a facial super food as they are fantastic for your digestion, and when your body is working to get rid of waste and toxins efficiently it shows on your skin.
"When I started, I realised I actually do eat a lot of wholegrains already, so it was quite easy to integrate," she says.
Sweden's voluntary health claims code has reportedly approved a new claim about the health benefits of wholegrains.
'There is no scientific evidence to show that carbohydrates risk missing out on the nutrients offered from foods such as wholegrains which have been found to provide significant health benefits.'
Q We're always being told to eat wholegrains. What's so wonderful about wholegrains?
Only 17 per cent of us choose fruits, vegetables or wholegrains.