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Diabetic Diet Quick Tips (Page 7)

Don’t Be Fooled By Faux Whole Grains

6. Don’t Be Fooled By Faux Whole Grains

Appealingly brown–colored bread or crackers labeled “multi–grain” or “cracked wheat” are sometimes made mostly from refined white flour. The only reliable guide to ensuring that your choice is a true whole grain is to check the ingredients list: the term “whole” or “whole–grain” should precede the grain’s name, such as “whole–grain rye.”

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