When bread is good for you, it’s good for the environment

When bread is good for you, it’s good for the environment

Posted April 09, 2018 07:29:49A new study finds that whole grain foods can be a great source of energy, and they’re good for our planet.

The study, published in the journal Environmental Science & Technology, looked at the nutritional effects of whole grain products and found that they contain significantly more vitamins and minerals than wheat products.

The authors note that the nutrients in whole grain have been shown to have beneficial effects on a variety of health conditions, including cancer prevention, diabetes, obesity, heart disease, and the prevention of heart disease.

Researchers at University of California, Berkeley, looked into the nutritional value of whole grains in the US.

They found that whole grains were linked to higher levels of several vitamins and nutrients, including vitamins A, C, E, and K, which are important for maintaining healthy bones and teeth.

They also found that people who ate whole grain were also more likely to be physically active, and to have lower cholesterol and triglycerides.

In their study, researchers examined the nutritional impact of 100 products from a variety, including bread, cereals, pasta, rice, pasta sauces, cereal products, and dairy products.

In total, they evaluated 100 different types of whole-grain products, ranging from the low-calorie bread to the high-calcium, calcium-rich cereals.

The researchers analyzed nutrient profiles from 100 products to determine the nutritional content of each product, as well as the percentage of fat and saturated fat.

They compared the nutritional profiles to the average diet of the people who were part of the study.

The scientists found that the average person who was part of their study ate a diet with higher levels than the average average diet for the US population.

Whole-grain foods, which include wheat, rye, barley, oats, and buckwheat, have been a staple food in the American diet for thousands of years.

According to the researchers, the nutritional benefit of whole wheat is a result of its high fiber content, which is high in both carbohydrates and protein.

The fiber is found in the bran, a thick, tough type of grain.

This helps to make bread, pasta and cereals more nutritious and less sticky, which helps to keep the food fresh longer.