Harvard University study proves Whole Grains improves life expectancy

January 6, 2015 8:29 AM

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According to a 14-year long research carried out by the Harvard University, it was established that whole grains play a significant role in improving the life expectancy of a person. The research concluded that whole grains reduce the risk of heart diseases up to a great extent, thus proving the potential of a longer and healthier lifespan.

Whole grains have known to benefit health and have always constituted a healthy diet, but there has been no significant study that proved their impact on the lifespan of an individual. The recent study b the Howard University however makes it quite clear that a bowl of porridge or brown rice could p...

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