Nuts, Grains, and Fiber Articles
With nutrients that range from B-vitamins to minerals to amino acids and phytochemicals, it’s no wonder the health benefits of whole grains have been known since the time of Hippocrates (300’s BC). Whole grains have been recommended by Americans physicians in the 1800’s and mid 1900’s to help with constipation, culminating in the ‘fiber hypothesis’ of the 1970’s. In 1999, the FDA issued a health claim for whole grains, stating "Diets rich in whole grain foods…may help reduce the risk of heart disease and certain cancers.” The FDA then broadened the health claim to include brown rice. Read More. . .
Browse the articles below and discover the vast benefits of nuts, grains and fiber in your diet.