We know that whole grain intake is linked to reduced risk of a range of chronic lifestyle related diseases. One of the main reasons for this is that whole grains are one of the key food sources of the various fiber types discussed here, but especially prebiotics!
Unfortunately, Americans are falling short on our intake of whole grains. Only 7 percent of Americans eat the recommended amount of whole grains, which is to consume 3 ounce-equivalents per day of whole grains for a 2,000-calorie diet – but the more the better!
One serve of Barley+ Muesli provides around 2 ounce-equivalents of whole grains to your daily intake.
Barley+ can help Americans meet their recommended intake of whole grain foods.