Should You Avoid Grains?

It is rare that an individual would need to cut out all grains. Choosing minimally processed whole grains over refined grains is 
a healthy choice.

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Word on the street (or at least on the internet) is that grains—all grains—are bad choices. But research consistently associates higher intake of whole grain foods with better health outcomes. We asked some experts to help us understand who might need to avoid these ubiquitous foods, and how the rest of us can enjoy them […]
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