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'Grains for Your Brain' online series offered

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The debate about nutrition and links to human health is center stage in the United States and many other markets around the world. Within this disparate, sometimes confusing topic, healthy doses of fact-based information are needed and the Grains Food Foundation has launched a new, interactive, consumer-focused website called “Grains for Your Brain” to help with it.

With this information, “Grains for Your Brain” aims to arm consumers with common sense strategies backed by nutrition experts.

“GFF marshaled our assets to make GrainsForYourBrain.org a go-to resource for millers and bakers,” said Christine Cochran, GFF executive director. “They can access the latest scientific research, the questions and answers influencers and consumers are asking about their products and read articles drafted by our advisory board members on the key issues. It is an excellent source for messaging based soundly in science.”

The website focuses on four main areas:

“Grains in Your Kitchen” features expert videos, meal plans and recipes for adding whole grains to the diet.

“Grains & Your Brain” highlights videos and articles on nutritional neurology—how the diet affects the inner workings of the brain.

“Ask an Expert” provides an extensive frequently asked questions database, including video responses, from a variety of medical experts. Visitors also have the opportunity to submit their own questions.

“Research & Insights” lists articles and studies written by top nutrition and wellness experts on food, fitness and healthy living.

While the information at www.GrainsForYourBrain.org is prepared primarily for a U.S. audience, U.S. Wheat believes international wheat buyers, millers and processors will gain value from the content.

Date: 9/30/2013



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