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Study Confirms Effectiveness of Whole-Grain Foods

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According to a new health study, switching to whole-grain foods would help keep ones weight in check as much as a brisk 30-minute daily walk. According to the report's lead authors, whole grains appear to both lower the number of calories a person's body absorbs during digestion and speed metabolism. The report adds that while other studies have found that people who eat whole grains are slimmer and have lower body fat than those who don't, it has been hard to separate the effects of whole grains from regular exercise and a healthier diet overall.

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