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Home : Food and Nutrition : Balanced Diet : Grains

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  • Glorious Grains Chart
    Learn about the different grains and get nutrition information, easy cooking tips, best uses and delicious recipes in our Glorious Grains Guide.

  • Go With the Whole Grain for Kids curriculum
    The Go With the Whole Grain for Kids curriculum features two delightful Whole Grain Heroes to help children learn about the benefits of whole grains and how they can incorporate whole grains into their diet.

  • Kid-Friendly Whole Grain Cereals
    Kids in America simply do not eat enough whole grains for optimal health and development.

  • The Whole Grain Guide
    "We know that whole grains are better than refined grains because of fiber, vitamins, and minerals," says researcher Joanne Slavin of the University of Minnesota.

  • Grains Nutrition Information
    Your source for news and tips on how and why to enjoy more grain foods for better health.

  • Indian Harvest - Grains
    Indian Harvest is the ultimate rice, grain and bean site for home cooking enthusaists.

  • Natural food-Grains Beans and Seeds
    Covers legumes and seeds and their role in the human diet through human evolution. Focuses on the legume, grain, and seed species worldwide, and is particularly relevant to the legume/grain debate in reference to human biochemistry.

  • Popcorn Board
    History to popcorn poppers and nutrition to crafts, everything you wanted to know about popcorn is here.

  • Soy Info Online
    Soy Info Online!is dedicated to providing you, the consumer, with accurate, verifiable and scientific information about soy products and related protein issues.

  • Spelt- What is it?
    Sometimes the original ideas are still the best. The wheel hasn't changed much in thousands of years, and tasty and nutritious spelt, one of the first grains to be grown by early farmers as long ago as 5,000 BC., is finding renewed popularity with American consumers.


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