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Whole Grain Total Cereal Nutrition

Cold cereal is a popular breakfast choice and if you select your cereal carefully, you can have the foundation of a healthy breakf...
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What Are the Risks of Cloning?

Cloning refers to various techniques of copying genetic information. Reproductive cloning, the most controversial type of cloning,...
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Oat Flakes Nutrition

Oat flakes, described by Grain Millers Inc. as oat grains that have been kiln-dried, steamed and flattened, are nutritious, versat...
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Nutrition Information of Wheat Berries

Wheat is the most widely consumed grain in America according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Wheat berries are whole, unpro...
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The Calories in Whole Wheat Pancakes

Whole-wheat pancakes can fit into a healthy diet, but limit your consumption to one or two pancakes. Use whole-wheat flour because...
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How Many Calories in Whole Wheat Crust Pizza With Vegetables?

Vegetable pizza with whole wheat crust sounds as healthful as pizza can get, but it still might not be low in calories. If full-fa...
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How Many Calories Do Oats Contain?

Heart-healthy oats are tasty in cookies, but they offer greater health benefits as oatmeal for your breakfast. Rolled oats cook qu...
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Bulgur Wheat Calories

Bulgur wheat is made from whole wheat kernels that are cleaned, steamed, dried and ground into particles. It is not the same as cr...
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Steel-Cut Oats Nutritional Facts

Steel-cut oats, sometimes called Irish oats or Scottish oats, are made by running whole oat groats through a steel mill to chop th...
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How Much Fat Is in Quinoa?

Quinoa is used as a grain, but it is actually the seed of a plant that is related to Swiss chard and beets. Quinoa is a source of ...
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