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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Research has shown that diets high in fibre derived from grain foods, fruits and vegetables can help reduce the risk of bowel cancer... Bowel Cancer Australia encourages Australians to increase their fibre intake and limit consumption of processed red meat... The research, which involved more than 101,800 men and women from around the world, found that people who consumed large amounts of legumes had a significantly lower risk of developing bowel cancer...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Grains need raised awareness as good health triggers.. There is a lack of understanding of the additional and wide-ranging benefits of fibre for disease risk reduction and, as a result, there is a lack of appreciation of the importance of eating a variety of high-fibre foods as part of a balanced diet... To enjoy the health benefits of a wide range of dietary fibres, Australians are encouraged to eat a variety of fibre-rich plant foods including grains, legumes, fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds (Table 1) as part of a balanced diet...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Presented at the Australian Grains Industry Conference in Melbourne in July, GLNC provided an update on the key trends, together with some consumer insights and the potential implications for grain and legume foods... While the scientific evidence consistently links a variety of whole grains with reduced risk of disease and improved nutrition, oats have a universal appeal that is unrivalled by other traditional and commonly consumed whole grains such as wheat, rye or barley... Although porridge, made from rolled or quick oats, is the main form in which Australians consume oats, internationally oats have been incorporated into a variety of foods including oat-based dairy alternatives and fruit and oat liquid breakfast...
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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
The Grains & Legumes Nutrition Council (GLNC), formerly Go Grains Health & Nutrition, is Australia's independent voice for grains and legumes in health and nutrition... The Council focused on delivering outcomes against three strategic objectives: Nutrition Science Leadership, Communication to Stakeholders and Building a Sustainable Organisation... To deliver the objectives, the GLNC team reviews the evidence and develops key messages...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
The International Year of Pulses aims to show why pulses, such as lentils, are good medicine... In December 2013, the United Nations (UN) declared 2016 as the International Year of Pulses (IYOP)... The Steering Committee will actively engage and invite members of the Australian pulse community, including researchers, food industry organisations, growers, government and other industry organisations, to provide input into the planning and implementation to ensure the overall program represents the interests of the entire Australian pulse community...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
The International Year of Pulses aims to show why pulses, such as lentils, are good medicine... In December 2013, the United Nations (UN) declared 2016 as the International Year of Pulses (IYOP)... The Steering Committee will actively engage and invite members of the Australian pulse community, including researchers, food industry organisations, growers, government and other industry organisations, to provide input into the planning and implementation to ensure the overall program represents the interests of the entire Australian pulse community...
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