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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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Bowel Cancer Australia encourages Australians to increase their fibre intake and limit consumption of processed red meat... With such an impressive nutritional profile, it is not surprising that eating legumes provides a range of health benefits, including reduced risk of heart disease, diabetes and weight gain... 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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The 2016 International Year of Pulses (IYP 2016) will spearhead a worldwide effort to lift pulse production, consumption and market access - and the billion-dollar Australian industry is hoping to be a major beneficiary... The United Nations (UN) declared 2016 the 'International Year of Pulses' following a campaign mounted by the international pulse community under the Global Pulse Confederation (GPC) (formerly CICILS IPTIC)... Organisers say IYP 2016 is a tremendous opportunity to give pulses "the attention they deserve" - a reference to the previous global spotlight given to now high-profile crops such as quinoa...
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The 2016 International Year of Pulses (IYP 2016) will spearhead a worldwide effort to lift pulse production, consumption and market access - and the billion-dollar Australian industry is hoping to be a major beneficiary... The United Nations (UN) declared 2016 the 'International Year of Pulses' following a campaign mounted by the international pulse community under the Global Pulse Confederation (GPC) (formerly CICILS IPTIC)... Organisers say IYP 2016 is a tremendous opportunity to give pulses "the attention they deserve" - a reference to the previous global spotlight given to now high-profile crops such as quinoa...
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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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