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The Healthiest Grains And How To Enjoy Them

Several types of millet, a grass with small seeds, are gluten-free and provide fiber, minerals, and amino acids. Manganese, which strengthens bones and brains, is abundant.


This superfood plant-based protein from seeds contains all essential amino acids, iron, manganese, phosphorus, magnesium, folate, vitamin B1, and fiber. Quinoa provides prolonged energy since it digests slowly.


Oats include highly soluble fiber that aids digestion, lowers cholesterol, balances blood sugar, and lowers cardiovascular disease risk. They're iron and calcium-rich and filling.


This low-glycemic whole grain boasts four times the fiber per serving of brown rice and keeps you fuller longer. Young wheat and roasting give it a smokey flavor. It's high in protein, fiber, and vitamins.


Worldwide, this ancient cereal grain is popular. Celiac disease patients in the US utilize it since it's gluten-free.


Buckwheat, a cousin of rhubarb, is used like a grain, hence it makes this list. It is a full protein containing B vitamins, magnesium, and soluble fiber and all nine necessary amino acids


Bulgur, also known as cracked wheat, offers more fiber than quinoa, oats, and millet, helping your digestion. It's low in fat and high in magnesium, manganese, and iron.


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