Packaging is Not a Reliable Way to Identify Whole Grain Food Choices

The Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommend at least half the grain products we eat be whole grain. If you are trying to move away from refined grain foods and increase intake of whole grains, you will need to look at ingredient lists, not rely on front-of-package claims, according to a study led by Tufts University […]
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