Whole Grain

fiber and fulfilling!

Whole grains are high in complex carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals and are low in fat. Compared to refined grains, or those that have been processed, whole grains pack a nutritional punch. Refined grains lose nutritional value during processing, while whole grains remain intact and nutrient-rich. The American Heart Association states that eating a diet rich in whole grains can help manage cholesterol levels and improve heart health.

Teff   –   Quinoa   –   Millet   –   Buckwheat

by Seven Love Notes

Chief and Creator, Supreme Wellness Sage

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