09 July 2018
Christina Sadler, Senior Manager for Nutrition and Health at EUFIC, joined the discussion on why a EU Whole Grain Partnership could improve health and well-being in Europe.
06 April 2018
Many national dishes are traditionally made with refined grains. Break cultural barriers by switching your favourite recipes to whole grain! Look for the whole grain version in the shops, or why not try making your own? Whole grains can add taste, texture and nutritional value to meals, plus your friends and family will be impressed by your creativity!
06 October 2017
Recent media headlines claim that low-fat diets could increase your risk of early death by almost one quarter. However, the coverage is based on a study that mainly looked at people in lower- and middle- income countries outside Europe, so it may not be relevant for the general European population.
09 July 2015
Advances in the milling and processing of grains allowed large-scale separation and removal of the bran and germ, resulting in refined flour that consists mainly of the starchy endosperm. However, the bran and germ contain important nutrients that are lost when the grain is refined.
16 June 2014
Eating whole grains as part of a healthy diet may help to reduce the risk of many common diseases. Find easy tips on how to identify whole grain products and increase your everyday consumption.
31 July 2012
Carbohydrates are one of the three macronutrients in our diet (fat and protein being the others). They exist in many forms and are mainly found in starchy foods such as bread, pasta, and rice, as well as in some beverages, e.g. fruit juices and sugar-sweetened drinks.