Try the hot trend in whole grains
The Harvard Medical School published an article in their most recent Harvard Health Letter praising the new trend in whole and Ancient Grains.
Ancient grains have become the darlings of the culinary world, and they’re healthy, too.
“In recent years, whole wheat has gotten all the glory when it comes to adding grains to your diet. But today’s superstars are the staples used long before wheat took center stage. They’re called ancient grains.
“Modern wheat, rice, and corn have been processed through hybridization or genetic modification. Ancient grains have not; they’ve been grown the same way for centuries,” says Debbie Krivitsky, a registered dietitian at Harvard-affiliated Massachusetts General Hospital.”
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