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  • Heat through again, serve with a wonderful warm whole-grain bread.

    True You

  • He says he often meets brides-to-be who ask about low-sugar and whole-grain options.

    A wedding without diabetes worries

  • "When you have a unified message, you have some movement," says Ron Adams , director of food services for Portland's 18 public schools, where a recent lunch was ziti with homemade pasta sauce, spinach salad and whole-grain breadsticks.

    Out Front in the Fight on Fat

  • “I would like a bowl of plomeek soup, with a side order of whole-grain kreyla.”

    Star Trek: Typhon Pact: Rough Beasts of Empire

  • Or he could be back at the inn, drinking green tea and eating a whole-grain scone.

    A Stitch Before Dying

  • About 25% of your plate at meals should be whole grains such as whole-grain pasta or brown rice; 25% of your plate, lean proteins such as fish or chicken; and 50% of your plate, colorful fruits and vegetables, Blatner says.

    Knowing how many calories you need is what counts

  • •Eat a diet rich in fruits and vegetables; choose whole-grain, high-fiber foods; eat oily fish at least twice a week; limit saturated fat, cholesterol and sugar; avoid trans-fatty acids.

    'Real world' advice increases awareness of heart disease in women

  • If the restaurant offers whole-grain sliced bread, however, opt for it.

    The Small Change Diet

  • If your hotel features a make-your-own omelet bar, enjoy egg white omelets stuffed with fresh veggies and a slice or two of whole-grain toast.

    The Small Change Diet

  • Save it for later and enjoy it as a snack one ounce with a serving of whole-grain crackers.

    The Small Change Diet

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