Protect your heart
I came across another article on how you can protect your heart and improve your health with whole grains and fiber. As a Health Care Support Hypnotherapist I have always supported people with a whole food plant-based food. The current U.S. Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommend that at least half of your total grain intake should be in the form of whole grains, which include the entire grain seed.
Sadly, fewer than 5% of Americans consume the minimum recommended amount of whole grains, which for many is about three ounces per day, and most average only about one-third that amount.
Self-hypnosis can help you to make the healthy lifestyle changes that help you to protect your heart and improve your health. I’d be happy to teach you these hypnosis skills.
New Reasons to Eat More Whole Grains and Fiber
“According to findings published in JAMA Internal Medicine, each additional one-ounce serving of whole grains daily was associated with a 5% lower overall mortality risk and a 9% reduction in death from cardiovascular causes. Compared to those with the lowest intake, the group consuming the most whole grains saw a 9% total risk reduction and a 15% lower cardiovascular mortality risk.”
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What Are Whole Grains?
“Whole grains or foods made from them contain the entire grain seed—all the parts in their original proportions, including the naturally occurring nutrients. According to the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, if the grain has been cracked, crushed or flaked, a food must retain the same relative proportions as they exist in the intact grain to be called a “whole grain.” This means that 100% of the original grain—all of the bran, germ and endosperm—must be present to qualify as a whole grain. Refined grains retain only the endosperm portion of the original seed.”
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