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Survey results show Australians are putting their health at risk by not eating enough core grain foods and by too often choosing foods that should be occasional in a balanced diet... The 2014 Australian Grains & Legumes Consumption & Attitudinal Study is a nationally representative survey commissioned by the Grains & Legumes Nutrition Council (GLNC) to track consumption and to understand Australians' attitudes towards grain foods and legumes, dietary recommendations and the barriers to meeting dietary recommendations... GLNC is advocating for a quantified recommendation within the Australian Dietary Guidelines for the number of serves of legume foods per day, which would help Australians understand the benefits of these foods and guide how often to eat them for good health...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Survey results show Australians are putting their health at risk by not eating enough core grain foods and by too often choosing foods that should be occasional in a balanced diet... The 2014 Australian Grains & Legumes Consumption & Attitudinal Study is a nationally representative survey commissioned by the Grains & Legumes Nutrition Council (GLNC) to track consumption and to understand Australians' attitudes towards grain foods and legumes, dietary recommendations and the barriers to meeting dietary recommendations... GLNC is advocating for a quantified recommendation within the Australian Dietary Guidelines for the number of serves of legume foods per day, which would help Australians understand the benefits of these foods and guide how often to eat them for good health...
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Catalogue: GRDC YouTube channel
" GCTV6: Go Grains 22 December 2011 Recent market research has revealed a worrying trend when it comes to grain based foods... 0.75: GCTV Ep#6 Go Grains 35.68: Narrator: The equivalent of two slice of bread a day, 47.25: that 49.71: cut from their diet compared to two years ago... And given there are more than 21 million 54.5: of us that 57.969: It also means our diets are inadequate and that 60.82: Robyn Murray: CEO Go Grains 63.109: us to eat at least four serves of grain foods a day and we 67.32: found that Australians were eating less than four serves just over three serves 72.09: a day and they weren 74.61: foods either...
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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
Go Grains Health & Nutrition (GGHN) is a strong growing organisation based on industry collaboration and shared responsibility for promoting consumption of Australian grains... The GRDC investment in GGHN be evaluated in the context of the 'public good' intangible benefits it delivers to its members and the broader grains industry supply chain (rather than by direct benefits to growers)... Recent reports include: Grains Report (September 2007) Grains, Legumes and diabetes (April 2008) Grains and bowel health (June 2008) 11. Relevance of GGHN to government..
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The 2011-12 National Nutrition Survey (NNS) showed that core grain foods - including bread, breakfast cereal, rice and pasta - provided most of the seven key nutrients, such as iron, magnesium, zinc and thiamine, in the diets of Australian children... A Grains & Legumes Nutrition Council (GLNC) consumption study in 2014 has shown that since 2011 children's intake of core grain foods has declined and almost half (48 per cent) of Australian parents have been limiting their children's intake of core grain foods... To help provide adequate nutrition, GLNC encourages all Australians, including children, to eat core grain foods three to four times each day and to focus on consuming at least half of each serve as whole grain or high fibre food...
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The 2011-12 National Nutrition Survey (NNS) showed that core grain foods - including bread, breakfast cereal, rice and pasta - provided most of the seven key nutrients, such as iron, magnesium, zinc and thiamine, in the diets of Australian children... A Grains & Legumes Nutrition Council (GLNC) consumption study in 2014 has shown that since 2011 children's intake of core grain foods has declined and almost half (48 per cent) of Australian parents have been limiting their children's intake of core grain foods... To help provide adequate nutrition, GLNC encourages all Australians, including children, to eat core grain foods three to four times each day and to focus on consuming at least half of each serve as whole grain or high fibre food...
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A 2014 Grains and Legumes Consumption study has highlighted that most young Australian men are not eating enough high-quality grains and may be missing out on essential nutrients required for energy, health and vitality as a consequence... The finding suggests that young men have the greatest room for improvement when it comes to choosing high-quality carbohydrate foods such as grain foods this demographic is often overlooked when it comes to health messages... The Grains and Legumes Nutrition Council (GLNC) study further showed that only 10 per cent of young males are meeting the recommendation to consume grain foods three to four times per day, with at least half of these servings containing wholegrain or high-fibre grain foods...
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A 2014 Grains and Legumes Consumption study has highlighted that most young Australian men are not eating enough high-quality grains and may be missing out on essential nutrients required for energy, health and vitality as a consequence... The finding suggests that young men have the greatest room for improvement when it comes to choosing high-quality carbohydrate foods such as grain foods this demographic is often overlooked when it comes to health messages... The Grains and Legumes Nutrition Council (GLNC) study further showed that only 10 per cent of young males are meeting the recommendation to consume grain foods three to four times per day, with at least half of these servings containing wholegrain or high-fibre grain foods...
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A new industry code has provided a content standard for foods classified as 'wholegrain'... The new standard is set to help consumers identify wholegrain foods, which can help them meet the recommended target for wholegrain consumption each day," Ms Aley says... The research indicated that the dietary intake of wholegrain foods decreased by about 20 per_cent in the years the study was conducted, which may have resulted in part from the mixed messages surrounding wholegrain foods, Ms Aley says...
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