- A GRAIN OF TRUTH. Kadey, Matthew // Joe Weider's Muscle & Fitness;Oct2006, Vol. 67 Issue 10, p64
This article discusses the nutritional value of whole grains. Several nontraditional whole grains are discussed, including quinoa, barley, amaranth, and wild rice. The author notes that these grains are not only low in fat and calories, but help build muscle through their complete proteins and...
- NEW AGAIN. VOSBURGH, ROBERT // SN: Supermarket News;4/15/2013, Vol. 61 Issue 15/16, p34
The article discusses the appeal of grains and seeds to Americans. It mentions that attraction towards staple crops, like quinoa and chia, and seeds have to do with their rich nutritional benefits. It notes the recognition made by the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations that...
- The Good Seed. Sokolov, Raymond // Natural History;Apr86, Vol. 95 Issue 4, p102
Discusses Amaranth, the high protein plant of the Aztecs. High protein content of Amaranth; Amaranth as an extreme longshot of a crop in the United States; Uses of Amaranth; Stopping world hunger; Recipes.
- Gene action determining grain yield and chocolate spot ( Botrytis fabae) resistance in faba bean. Beyene, Asnakech; Derera, John; Sibiya, Julia; Fikre, Asnake // Euphytica;Jan2016, Vol. 207 Issue 2, p293
Production of faba bean ( Vicia faba L.) is hampered by chocolate spot disease caused by Botrytis fabae. Studies of the genetics of resistance is vital to devise a viable strategy for faba bean breeding. The present study was carried out with the objective to determine the mode of inheritance...
- Let's Go Bowl-ing. SNYDER, GARRETT // Los Angeles Magazine;Jan2015, p43
The article discusses the increasing trend in restaurants in California which offer food made out of healthy whole grains including quinoa, farro, and bulgur and also lists restaurants that offer such foods.
- IN WITH THE NEW! BRUNING, SARAH // Natural Health;Jan/Feb2014, p66
The article presents alternatives to quinoa, breadcrumbs and Greek yogurt and offers information several products including Organic Amaranth Grain from Bob's Red Mill, Untoasted Wheat Germ from Hodgson Mill and Smari Organic Icelandic Yogurt from Whole Foods stores.
- GREAT GRAINS. Nathan, Dave // Joe Weider's Muscle & Fitness;May2006, Vol. 67 Issue 5, p76
This article presents grainlike foods that offer high nutritional content and outstanding flavor. These include foods such as quinoa, amaranth, spelt and buckwheat which are all carbohydrates, but differs in their relative protein, vitamin, mineral and carbohydrate compositions. Grains are low...
- Going with the Grain. // Harrowsmith Country Life (11908416);Feb2007, Vol. 30 Issue 192, p44
The article offers information on several types of grain. Bulgur, one of the types of wheat grain, dates back to 3000 Before Christ (B.C.) and is a key ingredient of the Lebanese parsley salad called tabbouleh. The oat bran became popular in the 1980s and contains soluble fibre and beta glucans....
- You Asked For It. Trum Hunter, Beatrice // Consumers' Research Magazine;Jul97, Vol. 80 Issue 7, p9
Answers some of the questions on nutritional value of grains. Storing grains to keep its nutrients; Recommended level of whole grain intake.