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9/11/12 3:52 P

Most of the time products that say "whole grain" on them doesn't necessarily mean it's pure whole grain. If you look at the ingredients it will have flour in it. Even wheat flour is high in carbs. You are better off eating a bowl of brown rice, veges, fruit. It's best to look for whole foods.

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DROPCONE Posts: 1,577
9/11/12 3:28 P

Check the cracker aisle - there are lots of whole grain crackers there along the lines of Triscuits, and also pretzels. Also I have seen whole wheat pita chips in the specialty/deli cheese area. Just last week I saw vegetable chips, like sweet potato chips and kale chips, over in the produce aisle next to the expensive nuts. Seemed intriguing but I've never tried them.

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TURTLESDOVE Posts: 1,067
9/11/12 1:31 P

hey guys! I love chips and since I'm watching my "WHITE" foods, do you know where I can find whole grain chips and are they good or do they taste like cardboard? Thanks

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