Whole grains reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease
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Eating high in whole grains, such as oats or rice, decreases the risk of heart attack or heart attack, according to recent medical studies.
People who consume twice a day whole grain foods are 25% less at risk of cardiovascular disease than those who only consume such foods sporadically.
Fiber and other nutrients from whole grains help maintain low cholesterol, blood sugar and insulin levels, improve functioning
blood vessels and reduce inflammation in the circulatory system. According to British researchers, doctors should often recommend a diet high in whole grains, thus preventing problems such as obesity, high cholesterol and cardiovascular problems.
May 30, 2007