Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
FACTS Followers 4h
“Multi-grain” ≠ “whole grain”. Read labels carefully so you don’t get duped
Reply Retweet Like
Ty Beal Nov 15
Is low consumption of whole grains really a leading dietary risk factor for death and NCDs? We question the plausibility of this finding from the GBD 2017 estimates: Uncertainties in the GBD 2017 estimates on diet and health
Reply Retweet Like
Professor Kitchen 2h
Getting enough fiber is a very important part of a good way of eating. Here's a recipe that gives you fiber in a super yummy and seasonal way!
Reply Retweet Like
NATURALIKE Nov 15
Research study shows avoiding processed foods, sugary drinks, and refined snacks, while focusing more on a plant based diet helps to fight diabetes and reduce high blood sugar levels
Reply Retweet Like
Ian Cramer, MS, ATC Nov 16
This is Buckwheat. This is a whole grain. People are not becoming obese by eating too much buckwheat. Eat more true whole grains.
Reply Retweet Like
POWER Kids Nov 11
TIPS: Make Half Your Grains Whole Grains via
Reply Retweet Like
Gwen O'Neill Nov 16
Yeah for veggies! A new large-scale analysis published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences examines the environmental impact and healthfulness of 15 different foods.
Reply Retweet Like
Heather Buzzell Nov 14
tip: Cook with onions. Sulfur compounds in onions assist the body to absorb minerals found in grains 💚😋☝
Reply Retweet Like
LI Weight Loss Nov 15
Reply Retweet Like
Eat Smart New York Nov 15
We made it! Spice it up this weekend with some "asian-style" burritos. Grab some whole wheat tortillas and make it a party.
Reply Retweet Like
VK Business Solution Nov 14
are vital nutrition to our . Know about the 9 of wholegrains here. To have a customized plan on food and workout, ping on to our expert nutritionist. Live life healthy.
Reply Retweet Like
SuperKids Nutrition Nov 13
Reply Retweet Like
Kate on thin ice Nov 11
Wholegrain popcorn cereal bar
Reply Retweet Like
B Matthews Nov 9
Sustainable food that's best for your health
Reply Retweet Like
Sharon Seiler Nov 12
Talking about whoa, slow and go grains to eat! We learned about like corn and brown rice, and how they “clean out” our body. Thanks Agriculture Education Committee for putting on the lesson. Thanks for continuing to inspire healthier habits!
Reply Retweet Like
Julie Han Nov 8
After vegetables, fruit ranked high both in terms of health and sustainability.
Reply Retweet Like
Delilah L. Veronese Nov 16
: Lean protein, fresh veges, and fruit satisfies your tummy -- keeps you on track with health and weight loss. Add some healthy food to each meal.
Reply Retweet Like
Trillium Health Partners Nov 14
Replying to @THP_hospital
For this recipe, we want to choose like quinoa, barley or brown rice, plus a wide variety of nutrient-rich vegetables. Get creative w/ your choices for all kinds of interesting & tasty combinations. Ready to give it a try? Find the step-by-step instructions below.
Reply Retweet Like
Grain Foods Foundation Nov 13
Wondering how to incorporate whole grains into your meals? Head over to the Whole Grains Council website to see their collection of cooking videos and using !
Reply Retweet Like
WE ARE FOOD SERVICES Nov 15
Eat Better, Do better by starting your day with a FYUL balanced breakfast packed with nutrients that help you stay energized longer on those busy days. FYUL will be available next week at North Residence
Reply Retweet Like