November 29, 2017
Find Out How Replacing Refined Grains With Whole Grains Can Be Better For Your Health
What is a whole grain? Most people tend to have the idea that, if it is brown, it is a whole grain. Such as, brown bread, brown pasta, and brown rice. While, this might be the case some of the time, you can’t rely on this method to know if something is whole grain, or just brown.
A whole grain is one that has all three original parts – the bran, germ, and endosperm. The bran is the outside of the grain kernel... Read More
May 18, 2015
Whole grains… you may or may not have heard of how important they are to maintaining a healthy diet.
What is it that makes them so vital? Whole grains are just that, grains that have been minimally processed. To be more specific, the bran, germ, and endosperm of the grain are still on the grain or in the product.
Alternatively, other grain products such as enriched flour have been striped of their outer layers. These products do not contain the fiber that whole grain products do. More... Read More
January 3, 2014
With several trending diets out there such as Atkins, South Beach, etc; people nowadays are lead to believe that eating carbohydrates is bad for us or is what makes us gain weight. Well believe it or not, this is the farthest thing from the truth! Carbohydrates are what our body uses to make glucose, which fuels our body and all of its processes. In fact, not eating enough carbohydrates can hurt you. If your body doesn’t have enough glycogen (stored form of glucose), it well start to use... Read More