The BARLEYmax Better Nutrition Report
The report has been developed to raise awareness and understanding of the unique combination of health-related attributes provided by BARLEYmax and is based on scientific evidence sourced from CSIRO research and key nutrition and health research publications.
How dietary fiber helps the intestines maintain health
UC Davis Health researchers have discovered how by-products of the digestion of dietary fibre by gut microbes act as the right fuel to help intestinal cells maintain gut health.
New Report Finds Whole Grains Lower Colorectal Cancer Risk, Processed Meat Increases Risk
A recent report by the American Institute for Cancer Research has shown
that there is strong evidence of links between preventable lifestyle factors
(inadequate whole grain intake and insufficient exercise) and colorectal
cancer risk, the third most common cancer in the U.S. This new report
estimates that 47% of colorectal cancers could be prevented each year if
changes to lifestyle were undertaken, including increasing physical activity
levels and adding whole grains to your diet. As only 7 out of 100 Americans
achieve recommended daily whole grain intakes, the vast majority of
Americans stand to benefit by increasing their whole grain intake.
Oldways’ Infographic Demonstrating Simply how to Lower Colorectal Cancer Risk
Oldways Whole Grains Council is a nonprofit food and nutrition education
organization, with a mission to inspire healthy eating through cultural food
traditions and lifestyles. Oldways Whole Grains Council’s recently produced
and Infographic, illustrating that whole grains are independently linked
with lower colorectal cancer risk and that that the evidence for the benefits
of whole grains is actually stronger than the evidence for fiber alone.
Summary of Recent Research On Whole Grains and Health: 2017 edition
A recent literature review by Oldways Whole Grains Council summarises
data and results from more the 100 recent papers on the health benefits of
whole grains. This review includes a summary of clinical trials on whole
grains, as well as reviews on whole grain intake and survival/mortality and
whole grain intake and chronic diseases or health status.
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