Eating Enough Whole Grains? You May Be Surprised!

According to the Whole Grains Council, Americans average less than one serving of whole grains per day, falling far short of the three or more ounces recommended daily in the 2005 US Dietary Guidelines. You can learn about the many health benefits, food labeling issues, and serving sizes at Whole Grains 101–a plethora of easy to understand information.

Would you like to know the story of wheat foods from farm to fork? The Wheat Foods Council is full of consumer and professional resources. They even have an engaging section just for kids!

PositiveTip: For your good health, enjoy at least three servings of whole grain foods every day!