Whole Grains

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What are whole grains?

Grains are the staple food to all mankind.
Whole grains consist of the entire seed of the plant and is also the source of energy to life.

Whole grain is made up of three edible parts –the endosperm (white rice),the bran and the embryo. Many studies show that eating whole grains promote overall health.

The benefits of whole grains include:
• Reduced risk of stroke  • Reduced risk of type 2 diabetes  • Reduced risk of heart disease
• Better weight maintenance  • Less inflammation  • Lower risk of colorectal cancer

Source: Summary of Recent Research on Whole Grains and Health 2017 Edition

It is important to consume an overall healthy diet to achieve the maximum health benefit of whole grains.

What is an overall healthy diet?
The basic concept of healthy eating is balance, moderation, and variety.

This is the food pyramid – a guideline showing the types of food & the recommended daily intake to achieve overall healthy diet.

Balance : Consume food from all group in the food pyramid to get the right nutrient balance. Individual should eat more of the foods at the base of the pyramid and less of the foods at the top of the pyramid.

Moderation : Practice moderation by not eating too much or too little of something.

Variety : Eat a variety of food from the food pyramid, as different foods will provide different kinds of nutrients.

TIPS !!
Whole grains are healthier and more nutritious compared to refined grains. Therefore, in our daily intake of grains, choose whole grains such aswholemeal bread, whole grain cereals and biscuits.

GoodMorning 18 Grains

There is a saying, “Tasty drinks are unhealthy; healthy drinks do not taste good”. Commonly whole grains give us a perception of not tasting good.

However, GoodMorning 18 Grains is a healthy and nutritious whole grains drinks with a heart-warming and delicious taste.

GoodMorning 18 Grains is made from selected 18 types of premium whole grains with 5 colours of phytonutrients. Each color is rich in specific nutrients that help vitalize the 5 principle organs in our body.