Whole grains are hot right now — but they should be hotter. According to recent studies, many Americans either aren't consuming the recommended three daily servings of whole grains, or they're skipping out altogether. One piece of research, a meta-study conducted last year by Wake Forest University, reported that 40% of adults say they eat no whole grains at all. Another, published in November by the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Economic Research Service, noted that 93% of Americans fail ...
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