Dietitians aren't sold on benefits of "ancient" grains

12/11/2012 | Wall Street Journal, The

"Ancient" grains, which were domesticated thousands of years ago, are popping up in breads, pastas and even cookies on grocery store shelves around the nation, but their nutritional benefits can't always justify their hefty prices. While some ancient-grain producers claim they are safe for gluten-free consumers, many dietitians aren't buying that the grains are any better than modern whole wheat.

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