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Healthy Grains

Dr. Edward Siguel, of Boston University Medical Center, says Essential Fatty Acid deficiency from not eating fresh whole grains like our for fathers did is perhaps the most important health problem in America.  Scientists have proven these nutrients are vital to the maintenance of cell membranes in every part of our body, thus helping everything from our  energy levels to balancing our hormones so we can function at full capacity every day. 

The original Food Guide Pyramid introduced by the United States Department of Agriculture in 1992 recommended 6-11 servings of whole grain foods. The problem with this recommendation was obvious from the start. The Sacramento Bee wrote, " Though it's been about six weeks since the chart debuted, most people still don't have a clue about how to incorporate it into their daily lives. To consume all the food the guide recommends, one can imagine munching non-stop from dawn till dusk." (June 3, 1992)

Many people believe they do not need to supplement because they eat a good diet. In actuality it is difficult to consume enough food to obtain the nutrients we require to be healthy if we lead sedentary lives; most of us do lead that type lifestyle. This is a powerful argument for supplementing even the best of diets.

The nutritional gap in the grain area was created by the development of the steel roller mill in the 1880's. Since that time most wheat products have become increasingly refined. The primary target of the refining is the removal of the high quality oils (lipids and sterols) from wheat. These begin to turn rancid within a day of the time the grain is crushed. Most whole wheat products consumed today have only 10% of the quality oils present in the whole grains.

Similar refining takes place with white rice and with tofu (a soy product). Removal of these nutritionally important oils has profound significance for overall health.

The importance of the oils in grains was largely unrecognized until extensive research was conducted at Hollywood Presbyterian Hospital on the topic of chronic fatigue. Researchers learned that vitamins, minerals, and amino acids alone were inadequate to maintain optimal health.

These researchers learned that health could be restored and optimized by the addition of extracts of the high quality oils from wheat, rice, and soybeans. Extensive research on grain oils encompassed individuals who were ill, athletes at their prime, and laboratory animals.

 The quality oils found in whole grains are used by the body to build healthy cell walls. Lack of these oils causes cell membranes to lose their discretionary power resulting in partial absorption of nutrients and defective elimination of cellular waste products.

The research on Tre-en-en has shown that optimal health cannot be achieved when these high quality oils are inadequately supplied in the diet. 

This product was tested by Texas A&M and found to increase nutrient utilization by 50% and greatly improved overall development and health including that of the heart.
50% increased nutrient utilization is like receiving 50% more free food every month - what a bargain. 
To learn more about the critical role of grain oils go to www.PowerOfGrains.com.

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