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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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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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Wholegrains help cut blood pressure.. Grain-based foods such as bread and breakfast cereals are coming under increasing fire from many health professionals because they make a significant contribution to sodium (salt) in the Australian diet... Along with other well-established benefits of eating wholegrain foods regularly - lower risk of heart disease, type 2 diabetes, obesity and some cancers - international research now also shows that eating wholegrains regularly (four slices of wholegrain bread or equivalent per day) can lower the risk of developing high blood pressure by about 20 per cent, compared with those who eat virtually no wholegrains...
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Go Grains, By Trish Griffiths, Accredited Practising Dietitian; Executive Manager, Go Grains Health and Nutrition Ltd 'Four plus' is the message that Go Grains is taking to Australian consumers in 2007, as part of an ongoing strategy aimed at increasing consumption of grain-based foods... Four is the daily minimum number of servings of grain-based foods recommended by Australian dietary guidelines for a healthy diet... The 'Four plus' message is not new to Go Grains - many existing resources promote the recommendation - but the need for a specific strategy to drive the message harder is based on recent consumer-research findings...
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