Nowadays, there can be a lot of questions about “whole” foods. Whole grains, whole wheat, and whole health are the buzzwords we toss around without fully understanding the difference between all of them. To help distinguish why whole grains are, in fact, one of the healthiest foods you can have in your diet we’ve created […]
Young and middle-aged adults can lower their risk for cardiovascular disease by eating at least 25 mg of dietary fiber every day, according to a study from Northwestern University. Researchers suggest getting fiber from whole foods such as lentils, black beans, baked sweet potatoes with the skin, peas and raspberries.
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