10 January 2012

Did you eat Rye bread?

Rye is a cereal grain that looks like wheat but is longer and more slender and varies in color from yellowish brown to grayish green. It is generally available in its whole or cracked grain form or as flour or flakes that look similar to old-fashioned oats. Because it is difficult to separate the germ and bran from the endosperm of rye, rye flour usually retains a large quantity of nutrients, in contrast to refined wheat flour.
Health Benefits

- Rye's Fiber Promotes Weight Loss and Helps Prevent Gallstones
- Rye and Other Whole Grains Substantially Lower Type 2 Diabetes Risk
- A Better Grain Choice for Persons with Diabetes
- Fiber Fights Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease and Promotes Gastrointestinal Health
- Significant Cardiovascular Benefits for Postmenopausal Women
- Prevent Heart Failure with a Whole Grains Breakfast
- Anti-Cancer Activity Equal to or Even Higher than that of Vegetables and Fruits
- Rye Can Ease Your Ride Through Menopause While Helping Prevent Breast Cancer
- Fiber from Whole Grains and Fruit Protective against Breast Cancer
- Cereal and Fruit Fiber Protective against Postmenopausal Breast Cancer
- Whole Grains and Fish Highly Protective against Childhood Asthma

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