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
Do you want to understand how breads impact your daily diet? This infographic explains the breakdown of nutrients you get in your daily diet. Grains make up 50% of your calories. They provide you with 60% of your daily carbohydrates, 80% of your fiber, 20% of the sugar you need and 80% of the folate […]
Sandwiches are a great vehicle for nutrient delivery. And sandwiches also contribute only 2% of carbohydrates in the daily diet. Download this infographic.
Grains are on par with other nutrient dense foods. When you compare milk and dairy with grains, they are very similar. Grains offer a very close amount of protein compared to milk and dairy. Protein is important because it aids in the development and maintenance of bones, muscles and skin. Although milk and dairy has […]
Grains are good for you. Pasta and rice is responsible for 2% of the caloric contribution of common grain foods in the diet. Rolls and buns are responsible are also responsible for 2% of the common grain foods in the diet. Breads and tortillas contribute 7%, pizza contributes 4% and sweet baked goods are responsible […]
Grains are good for you. Buns and rolls contribute less than 2% of total calories while providing vital nutrients including fiber, calcium, folate and iron. If you are interested in increasing your fiber intake, try eating a whole grain bun or roll and include fiber rich vegetables to reach your fiber goals. Download this infographic.
Grains provide overall positive nutrient benefits, shattering the claim that grains are empty calories.
While whole grains get their start in the field, Americans love to start their days with whole grains to power them with essential Fiber, B Vitamins, and Minerals.
Una de cada cuatro muertes estadounidenses es causado por enfermedades cardiovasculares. Aprenda más sobre cómo comer más granos enteros pueden mejorar la salud del corazón.
The 2020-2025 Dietary Guidelines for Americans maintained the existing recommendation for the average healthy American adult to consume six servings of grain foods daily, including recommendations for infants aged birth to two years.