@Shadoza "Whole grains are good for you. Some folks read a book and trust the words as fact. The body needs what grain offers and whole grains are better than processed."
Some folds read an article and trust the words as fact.
Seriously, what makes the advice on here necessarily more correct than that of many other books that have multiple studies referenced (rather than the one study referenced here, and the Whole Grains Council - shocker they want you to eat whole grains!).
If someone says the difference is the amount of experience, keep in mind that the authors of those books have just as much, if not more, experience.
So, other than our own biases, who's to say which one is right? Maybe the new books are right and the people still pushing the way of thinking "grains are good, fat is bad", which they've been pushing to us for decades and yet obesity and diabetes still rise at an alarming rate, are wrong?
- 6/19/2016 11:12:04 AM