Bread and Wheat in the News
As long as half your daily grain intake is whole, there is no reason not to enjoy white bread.
A recent study finds white bread is a good source of vitamins and minerals.
Research shows no benefits of gluten-free for people without celiac disease
or wheat intolerance - and it may even be bad for you.
The FDA has approved an increase in the amount of added Vitamin-D in bread.
A Journal of Nutrition study confirms results of numerous other studies - whole
grain consumption is linked to lower body mass index.
Healthy Life Bread is a member of the following organizations.
The Whole Grains Council is a nonprofit consumer advocacy group working to increase consumption of whole grains for better health. The WGC's many initiatives:
- encourage manufacturers to create delicious whole grain products
- help consumers to find whole grain foods and understand their health benefits
- help the media to write accurate, compelling stories about whole grains
The Grain Foods Foundation’s mission is to advance public understanding of the beneficial role grain-based foods play in a healthful diet. At a time when the nutrition debate has taken center stage on the public agenda and Americans have been inundated with often conflicting and sometimes suspect nutritional advice, healthy doses of fact-based information and common sense are sorely needed.
The foundation is committed to nutrition education programming that is firmly rooted in sound science, working together with its Scientific Advisory Board, a multidisciplinary cross-section of nationally recognized nutrition and healthcare experts.
For more information on the benefits of grain foods, visit www.grainsforyourbrain.org.