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Ancient grains are full of nutrients, dietitians say

Digestive Health SmartBrief | Apr 24, 2015

Ancient grains such as amaranth, buckwheat and quinoa are available in whole kernels and flours and may contain levels of protein, fiber and vitamins that are higher than in regular wheat, said registered dietitian nutritionist SeAnne Safaii. Dietitian Lisa Andrews said spelt is an ancient grain that offers a sweet, nutty taste in baked goods, is digested more slowly than processed grains, and contains plenty of fiber and iron. Idaho Press-Tribune (Nampa) (04/21) WCPO-TV (Cincinnati) (04/20)


NSAIDs and ulcers: How to avoid unsuspected damage

Digestive Health SmartBrief | Apr 22, 2015

Nutrition advice is not always absolute, dietitian says

Digestive Health SmartBrief | Apr 22, 2015

Eating at night could increase diabetes, breast cancer risk

Digestive Health SmartBrief | Apr 24, 2015

Don't let IBS ruin your day: Take control of your symptoms

Digestive Health SmartBrief | Apr 24, 2015

Miscarriage, preterm delivery more likely with celiac disease

Digestive Health SmartBrief | Apr 22, 2015

Physicians see increased acceptance of fecal transplants

Digestive Health SmartBrief | Apr 24, 2015

Long-term aspirin intake tied to lower risk of GI cancer

Digestive Health SmartBrief | Apr 22, 2015

Morning colonoscopies detect more polyps, study finds

Digestive Health SmartBrief | Apr 22, 2015

Glutamine for the treatment of patients with irritable bowel syndrome (AT005291)

Digestive Health SmartBrief | Apr 22, 2015


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