Although humans have been eating grains for centuries, the modern grains we consume today are not the same as those eaten
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While it's true that the caveman did not consume a lot of whole grains, the fact they have been with us for millennia and are considered an important part of some of the healthiest diets in the world lends credence to the idea that they are not only harmless but essential for achieving optimal health.
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From Mother Nature Network's Jenni Grover: The Western diet is rich in highly processed, simple carbohydrates. White bread
They identified 545 grain products from two major U.S. grocers, then collected nutrition content and ingredient lists, and
With the low-carb movement, so many clients that I counsel fear eating grains and starches altogether, and think they are better off without them. This is false! Many grains -- whole grains -- are indeed healthy and should be included as part of a healthy diet.