Definition of 'wholegrain'
Example sentences containing 'wholegrain'
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Swap white boiled rice for wholegrain to increase your fibre intake. The Sun (2014)Serve with wholegrain rice and fresh coriander. Times, Sunday Times (2011)These are found in bananas and wholegrain foods. The Sun (2010)Eat lots of wholegrain food and fruit and veg. The Sun (2010)Make sure you get your five fruit and veg a day, eat wholegrain foods and skip the junk. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Given that high salt diets are linked to lower bone density, it looks as though a switch to wholegrain foods may have this added benefit. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Made with rye and wholegrain wheat, these are high in fibre with the sourdough making them slower to digest, so keeping you full for longer. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The mineral zinc, found in lean red meats and wholegrain cereal foods, seems in particular to play a part in helping to ward off colds. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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