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Ask A Nutritionist: How to Incorporate Whole Grains in Meals

By: Megan Holdaway, RDN

  • Wednesday, August 12, 2020
  • 1 Minute Read   

In this episode of Ask a Nutritionist, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Megan Holdaway answers the question, "How do I incorporate whole grains into my meals?”

All grains are not created equal. As Megan explains, whole grains that are unprocessed or minimally processed are highly nutritious and should not be considered the same as highly refined carbohydrates, such as cookies, cakes and many snack foods readily available. An important part of a healthy diet, Megan provides tips on how to incorporate whole grains into meals. 

With so many options to choose from, Megan recommends narrowing down your options and begin by making simple swaps, such as whole oats for breakfast instead of cereal, and building consumption of whole grains part of daily eating habits. She provides additional tips on how to incorporate whole grains into your everyday routine, laying a strong foundation for healthy eating.

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MEDICAL DISCLAIMER
Ask a Nutritionist is an educational video series developed by Dairy Council of California and hosted by registered dietitian nutritionists for educational and informational purposes only. It does not provide individualized nutrition advice and is not intended to be a substitute for recommendations made by your doctor, registered dietitian nutritionist or other health professional. Always seek the guidance of your health care professionals for any specific questions you may have regarding your health or medical condition. If you wish to seek clarification,  please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.
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Megan Holdaway, RDN

Megan Holdaway, RDN

Megan is a registered dietitian nutritionist and a Project Manager, supporting nutrition science and content development.

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