Blood Sugar :: Right breakfast bread keeps blood sugar in check all day

If you eat the right grains for breakfast, such as whole-grain barley or rye, the regulation of your blood sugar is facilitated after breakfast, lunch, and dinner. It was previously not known that certain whole-grain products have this effect all day. This is due to a combination of low GI (glycemic index) and certain type of indigestible carbohydrates that occur in certain grain products.

Apple :: Cloudy apple juice four times healthier than clear

Cloudy apple juice has four times the concentration of polyphenols (chemicals reported to have anti-cancer activity) than clear. Tasty orange sausages with 60 percent reduced fat and added dietary fiber. Learn about the science behind the perfect espresso.

High Fiber Diet :: High-fiber Diet May Be More Important for Men Than Women

A collaborative effort between the Arizona Cancer Center and the National Cancer Institute (NCI) to understand the influence of diet on recurrence of colorectal adenomas (polyps) a precursor to cancer indicates that a high-fiber diet may be more important for men than women. Although the reason for a sex difference is unknown, researchers suggest that it may be related to hormonal effects or the difference between the sexes in location of polyp formation.

Diet :: Guidance on ‘Whole Grain’ for Manufacturers

The Food and Drug Administration has issued draft guidance on what the term “whole grain” may include. The guidance will assist manufacturers with what the FDA considers appropriate for food label statements related to “whole grain” content. Consumers will now be able to make dietary choices based on a term that is consistent and reliable.

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