Grain Products: Don’t Be Fooled by Healthy-Sounding Labels!

You’ll likely need to flip the package over to the Nutrition Facts label and ingredients list to find out what you’re really getting.

Eating more minimally processed whole grains and less refined grains is good for your health. But how do you know which grain products are the best choice? Big, front-of-package words like wheat and multigrain can be misleading, the color is not a good indicator, and other ingredients contained in the item can torpedo an otherwise […]
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