Whole Grain Allergy?

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Weighing In: Is there a difference between whole grain and whole wheat?

Question: Is there a difference between whole grain and whole wheat? Whole grain means that the grain flour used to prepare a product has not been refined, a process that strips the grain of its nutrients. Often times when you see “whole wheat” it means that the bread is 100 percent wheat flour but not necessarily 100 percent whole grain flour. The wheat flour may still be refined.

 

When choosing bread, you want to look for one that is 100 percent whole grain. This means that it has not...

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