Latest Whole grain Stories

2010-05-05 15:42:44

The bioactive compounds of cereals are concentrated in the peripheral layers of the grains (bran) but most of them have a low bio-accessibility.

2010-05-05 15:37:02

Evidence from observational studies indicates that diets rich in whole grain reduce risk of obesity and other diseases related to the metabolic syndrome e.g. type 2 diabetes and cardio-vascular disease.

2010-05-05 15:35:37

Bioprocessing of bran has potential for making it a better ingredient for use in manufacturing nutritionally boosted cereal foods with high sensory quality.

2010-04-13 07:20:00

According to a study released on Monday, women who consume excess high-carbohydrate foods increase their chance of heart disease.

2010-04-06 06:45:00

ORLANDO, Fla., April 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Homer L. Hartage, President of Nuchia Foods Corporation, will speak at Drexel University's Goodwin College on April 7th, 2010. Hartage will address students studying hospitality and food science.

2010-02-01 09:25:00

Three daily servings of whole grains are recommended for prevention of type 2 diabetes, coronary heart disease, and excess weight gain, yet few adolescents or young adults follow these guidelines

2010-01-21 13:46:56

Pioneering research combining plant breeding and high-intensity x-rays is being used by scientists funded by the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) to explore the possibility of developing wheat which could be used to make potentially life-saving mineral enriched flour.

2009-10-08 07:00:00

A new study has discovered that consuming large quantities of whole grains could potentially prevent high blood pressure.

2009-10-01 15:17:00

PARSIPPANY, N.J., Oct. 1 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- B&G Foods announced today that it will "Spread the Word" about its newest innovation in the jam, jelly and preserves category with the launch of Polaner Sugar Free Preserves with Fiber.

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