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Whole Grains Can Easily Be Incorporated Into The American Diet

March 21, 2013: 12:00 AM EST
The Newton (Iowa) Daily News elaborates on suggestions from the Whole Grain Council on how Americans can easily boost whole grain content – to the recommended three to five servings daily – in their diet. Breakfast, for example, could include whole grain versions of waffles, pancakes, cereals, burritos, or even French toast. Whole grain snacks can include cereal mixes, popcorn or whole wheat tortillas with sliced fruit and peanut butter. A third of the flour in a recipe could be replaced with quick oats or old-fashioned oats; uncooked oats can replace bread crumbs in  meatballs, burgers and meatloaf. Last, and maybe easiest, try whole grain pastas and whole grain breads.
"Finding whole grains in everyday foods", Newton Daily News, March 21, 2013, © Newton Daily News
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