Pediatrician and Pediatric Obesity Expert Dr. Dyan Hes to Offer Insights and Guidance on Key Programming Initiatives for the Organization October 27, 2016 — Washington, D.C. — The Grain Foods Foundation is excited to announce […]
Adults who mostly get their grains from cooked cereals, pasta, and rice weighed less than adults who eat almost no grains.
People who eat certain grains consume significantly less saturated fat & added sugars than people who eat virtually no grains.
People who eat certain grains can consume more fiber, calcium, magnesium and vitamin D than people who eat almost no grains.
Findings from Nutritional Strategies and Grain Foods Foundation published in Food and Nutrition Sciences July 25, 2016 — Washington, D.C. — Say goodbye to your low-carb diet! A new study published in the peer-reviewed journal Food […]
This long-term observational cohort study aimed to investigate the potential impact of dietary patterns on death. The study population, comprised of 960 men, found that consumption of certain food groups, including bread, was independently predictive […]
An extensive study by The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine found no substantiated evidence of a difference in risks to human health between current commercially available genetically engineered (GE) crops and conventionally bred […]
The DGA recommends healthy eating patterns building on nutrient-dense foods. These patterns help people create eating plans that meet their individual needs and include a variety of food groups such as grains, fruits, vegetables, dairy […]
In part three of the series, the authors take a closer look at how different carbohydrates affect insulin levels, inflammation, the gut microbiome, and gut-related diseases such as irritable bowel syndrome. This report also covers […]
Fiber is an important part of a healthy diet! Here’s everything you need to know on fiber in everyday foods, recommended levels and how to add more fiber to your diet. Download this infographic
In part two of this series, the authors cover topics regarding grain terminology, including definitions of milling, enrichment, whole grains and various other processing terms.
In this cohort study, researchers looked at consumption of prebiotics (fructans and GOS) over nine years. They found that the risk of becoming overweight was 15-17% lower in participants in the highest quartile of fructan […]