Whole grains are rich in fiber and an important part of a healthy diet. They have been shown in human studies to improve resting metabolic rate, lower fat mass, improve insulin sensitivity, improve lipids and lower inflammation. However, not all whole grains are created equal. Some are better than others and one can even increase your risk of diabetes! Let’s look at 7 common whole grains and see which ones are the best and worst.
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