9 Whole-Grain Recipes Your Family Will Eat

All the positive health statistics in the world are sometimes not enough to get your family to eat whole grains. Maybe it's the texture, color or taste. Some people just aren't fond of them even though individuals who eat three daily servings of whole grains have been shown to reduce their risk of heart disease by 25 to 36 percent, stroke by 37 percent, Type II diabetes by percent, digestive system cancers by 21 to 43 percent, and hormone-related cancers by 10 to 40 percent, according to the Whole Grains Council. One way to ease your family members into eating more whole grains is to add them into mealtime favorites, such as pancakes or spaghetti and meatballs. These recipes and tips can help.

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