Epidemiological studies consistently find that diets rich in whole-grain (WG) cereals lead to decreased risk of disease
compared with refined grain (RG)-based diets. Aside from a greater amount of fiber and micronutrients, possible
mechanisms for why WGs may be beneficial for health remain speculative. In an exploratory, randomized, researcherblinded,
crossover trial, we measured metabolic profile differences between healthy participants eating a diet based
on WGs compared with a diet...
Authors: Alastair Ross, Emma Pere-Trépat, Ivan Montoliu, Francois-Pierre Martin, Sebastiano Collino, Sofia Moco, Jean-Philippe Godin, Marilyn Cléroux, Philippe Guy, Isabelle Breton, Rodrigo Bibiloni, Anita Thorimbert, Isabelle Tavazzi, Lionel Tornier, Aude Bebuis, Stephen Bruce, Maurice Beaumont, Laurent-Bernard Fay, Sunil Kochhar