Whole grains and fiber are nutritious staples of a healthy and balanced diet. The 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans suggest that individuals select foods high in fiber, as well as whole grain breads and cereals whenever possible. Learn how you can you get more of these healthful foods.

Confused about what make a grain a whole grain? Learn the difference and why it matters.

One of the key recommendations of the 2010 Dietary Guidelines is to consume at least half of our grains as whole grains.

Adding whole grain foods to your diet doesn´t have to be a challenge.

Research studies indicate that eating a diet rich in whole grain foods, as part of a healthy diet, may help protect against several chronic diseases.

Explore unique varieties of whole grains from around the world.

Some individuals, including those with Celiac disease, cannot tolerate gluten in products.

 

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Low in saturated fat, a good source of fiber, and certified by the American Heart Association.