Dietary intake of whole and refined grain breakfast cereals and weight gain in men.

@article{Bazzano2005DietaryIO,
  title={Dietary intake of whole and refined grain breakfast cereals and weight gain in men.},
  author={Lydia A L Bazzano and Yiqing Song and Vadim Y Bubes and Carolyn K Good and Joann E. Manson and Simin Liu},
  journal={Obesity research},
  year={2005},
  volume={13 11},
  pages={1952-60}
}
OBJECTIVE Prospective studies have suggested that substituting whole grain for refined grain products may lower the risk of overweight and obesity. Breakfast cereal intake is a major source of whole and refined grains and has also been associated with having a lower BMI. The aim of this study was to prospectively assess the association between whole and refined grain breakfast cereal intakes and risk of overweight (BMI >or= 25 kg/m(2)) and weight gain. RESEARCH METHODS AND PROCEDURES We… CONTINUE READING
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