A number of product stamps are used to identify heart-healthy whole-grain foods, but researchers from Harvard University, who examined labels on 545 products, determined the best comes from the American Heart Association, which requires a ratio of no more than 10 parts carbohydrate content to 1 part fiber. USDA recommends eating three or more servings of whole-grain products each day.
Which whole-grain labels should you watch for?
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