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Meals Containing Whole Grains improveBlood Pressure, Sugar and Reduce Belly Fat

Sunday, July 18, 2021

Meals Containing Whole Grains improveBlood Pressure, Sugar and Reduce Belly Fat
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A recent practical study revealed many health benefits of eating whole grains, and their impact on excess weight, blood pressure and blood sugar level, and according to a study conducted by researchers at Tufts University in the United States, eating whole grains and foods made from them may protect against heart disease, by According to Sky News.


The study found that eating meals containing whole grains improves blood pressure and sugar levels, and reduces belly fat. Heart: waist size, blood pressure, blood sugar, triglycerides and good cholesterol.


The site said, the study spanned over 18 years, and included 3,100 people, who were in their fifties, when the data collection phase began .


Commenting on the scientists' findings, Nicola McKeown, lead author of the study and a specialist in the USDA Food Epidemiology Team, said: "Our findings suggest that eating whole-grain foods as part of a healthy diet provides health benefits It goes beyond just helping us lose or maintain weight as we age."


"The data suggests that people who eat more whole grains are better able to maintain their weight, blood sugar and blood pressure over time, and managing these risk factors as we age may help protect against heart disease ."


The researchers attributed the great benefits of whole grains to their richness in fiber, which makes those who eat them feel full, as well as the contribution of magnesium, potassium and antioxidants to lowering blood pressure .


According to the Dietary Guidelines, the recommended amount of whole grains is 3 servings per day, that is, one slice of wholegrain bread, ½ cup of rolled oat flakes, or ½ cup of brown rice, per serving.

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