Dietary guidelines recommend that children and adults consume at least three 1-ounce servings of whole grains each day, but a study showed that just 3% of youths and about 8% of adults met the required amount. Researchers noted that the highest consumption of whole grains was associated with the highest dietary-fiber intake. The findings appear in the journal Nutrition Research.
Many Americans fail to meet recommended intakes of whole grain, fiber
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