- April 1st, 2013
Yes and no. It’s more like returning to a time-honored tradition, but in a modern way. There are manuscripts dated almost 3000 BC that tout the healthful benefits of sprouting grains. Today, makers of sprouted flours are producing the same healthful benefits, but in controlled environments that meet FDA food safety regulations.Is Sprouted Flour the Latest Trend in Healthy Eating?By Peggy Sutton
- July 1st, 2012
University of Wisconsin-Madison plant breeders have developed a new oat variety that’s significantly higher in the compound that makes this grain so cardio-friendly.
- April 1st, 2012
For over 5,000 years, people near the Andes mountains have farmed Chenopodium quinoa, or as the Incas referred to it, “chisaya mama” (mother grain). Quinoa, pronounced keen-wah, was the main source of food for the Incas up until the 1500s, when a Spaniard named Francisco Pizarro destroyed all quinoa fields.Give your body the benefits of quinoa.By Amy Vergin