- Researchers have shown that people who eat more whole grains have a reduced risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD).
- However, there is less research looking at the effect of whole grain consumption on the early warning signs of CVD.
- The present study finds an association between people who eat more whole grains and improved measures of these early warning signs.
- Researchers also found an association between people who eat more refined grains and worsened measures of the early warning signs of CVD.
Written by Timothy Huzar on July 14, 2021 — Fact checked by Anna Guildford, Ph.D.
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