Most Americans Wholey lacking

Americans are still not getting enough whole grain and fiber.

Despite the explosion of "made with whole grains" on labels for all kinds of foods, Americans still aren't getting enough.

According to the Whole Grains Council, the average American eats less than one serving of whole grains a day. Over 40 percent of Americans never eat any whole grains. Apparently, despite the caricature of the ugly American tourist demanding ketchup on his exquisite French meal, we're more refined. Refined as far as grains go, at least. Most

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