The whole-grain movement was born during a time of drought in the minds of Americans. Bread, rice and pasta were turning to dust on the shelves, while consumers chased the promises of the low-carb lifestyle, which forbade most grains as part of its diet plan. Today, whole grains are a success story that epitomizes the entire whole-health umbrella. Like it says in "America, the Beautiful," it seems the nation's spacious aisles are filled with amber waves of grain. They're everywhere, and ...
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