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Health Benefits of Whole Grain Bread
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Whole grains deliver superior taste and nutrition, especially when it's fresh ground daily in the bakery Great Harvest style!

The USDA has recommended eating 6-8 ounces of grains each day (for the average healthy adult) and to "Make Half Your Grains Whole". At Great Harvest, we agree! We also believe that eating healthy should taste great and that the best taste comes from the freshest ingredients. That's why we fresh grind our flour everyday! You will taste the difference in breads made with the freshest, most flavorful ingredients and you'll benefit from superior whole grain nutrition.

The Skinny on our Fresh Ground Whole Wheat Flour

Each and every local Great Harvest bakery mills their flour daily to keep it whole and maintain all the protein, fiber, vitamins, minerals, and phytochemicals the wheat kernel naturally provides. It is recommended that most healthy adults consume 6-8 one ounce equivalents of grains every day. When you make at least half of them whole grains, you start seeing benefits including a decreased risk of some of the biggest killers in America including:

Some studies are even suggesting that the risk of developing asthma in children, inflammatory disease, and gum disease may also decreases with increased whole grain intake while digestive health improves. Not to mention eating whole grains is linked to slim waistlines, better long term weight management, and keeping you feeling fuller longer! Keep it skinny by keeping it whole and reap the health benefits and delicious flavors of Great Harvest whole grains.

Choose a whole foods diet!

Whole foods not only provide you with many micronutrients, antioxidants, phytochemicals, carbohydrates, protein, and fat, but they do so in specific ratios and forms. All of which are perfectly coordinated to work synergistically to promote and protect your health. Studies are consistently discovering health benefits linked to whole foods supporting the notion that the whole food truly does provide us with more benefits than the sum of the parts.