In some Asian languages, to eat literally translates as "to eat rice." The 2005 USDA dietary guidelines recommend that Americans consume three or more servings of whole grain each day. Eating whole grain foods allows your body to reap the additional health benefits that go above and beyond fiber supplements and isolated bran found in processed grains. Whole grains are nearly everywhere and many manufacturers have recently put significant R&D efforts into developing whole grain ...

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