Even though going low-carb is generally good for you, you shouldn't rid your diet of whole grains completely. MD Anderson Cancer Center put together the below infographic to show a few easy ways people can add whole grains into their diets, which can actually help lower the risk of colorectal cancer.
The infographic suggests having two servings of whole grains a day. Easy ways to do this are with snacks like pretzels, tortilla chips and popcorn. You can also get whole grains by eating brown price, whole wheat pasta and quinoa.
Learn more about whole grains in the infographic below!
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