Whole Grain Cereal Not So "Whole" After All

You may remember an article I posted last month about revised U.S. dietary guidelines that emphasize, in part, eating whole grains. A pretty interesting New York Times story did some digging to check out claims made by cereal maker General Mills about the new addition of whole grains to their breakfast cereal. And I was not surprised to learn the fiber content of most breakfast cereals had changed little since the company's announcement. In fact, two cereals have 1 gram less of fiber...

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