Monday, April 19, 2004

Studies confirm benefits of varied, wholesome diet

In one, a team at cereal-maker General Mills found men and women who ate three or more daily servings of whole grain foods were the least likely to be overweight or obese.

In a second, university-based researchers found people who ate a variety of foods were more likely to get the recommended levels of vitamins and other nutrients than people who stuck to a few favorite foods.

el - My current diet adds a lot more fiber and whole grains. I would be losing weight if I cut out more sugar and got more exercise.

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