Posted by on May 14, 2018 in blog | 0 comments

One of the best ways to increase your intake of fiber is to turn to whole grains (a healthy choice) versus processed grains (with the goodness depleted from them). In order to make sure that you are eating enough whole grains, you’ll need to know exactly what they are and how to find them.

List of Whole Grains

When you’re looking at a package and its list of ingredients and run across the following terms, you’ll know that you are eating healthy whole grains:

  • Oats
  • Rye
  • Quinoa
  • Wild, red and brown rice
  • Buckwheat
  • Whole wheat
  • Millet
  • Bulgur wheat
  • Corn
  • Spelt

These whole grains can commonly be found in oatmeal, pasta, cereals, breads, muffins and much more. Another rule of thumb that you can apply when you are examining the ingredients list is to look for the word ‘whole’ before the name of the grain. This pretty much acts as a guarantee that there are whole grains in the product.

Whole grains are cereal grains that still retain all of the edible parts during the food processing. When some parts are removed such as the bran, the grain can then be considered ‘refined’. In other words, something healthy has been removed from the grain and you are left with something less nutritious. In many cases you are only left with empty calories and very little in terms of nutritional value.

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