Nutritional aspects of cereals

@article{Mckevith2004NutritionalAO,
  title={Nutritional aspects of cereals},
  author={B. Mckevith},
  journal={Nutrition Bulletin},
  year={2004},
  volume={29},
  pages={111-142}
}
SUMMARY 1  INTRODUCTION 1.1  General structure of grains 1.2 Wheat 1.3 Rice 1.4 Maize 1.5 Barley 1.6 Oats 1.7 Rye 1.8 Millet 1.9 Sorghum 1.10 Triticale 1.11 Other grains 1.12 Key points 2TECHNICAL ASPECTS OF CEREALS 2.1 Cereal production 2.2 Storage 2.3 Processing 2.4 Cereals and food safety 2.5 Key points 3THE ROLE OF CEREALS IN HEALTH AND DISEASE 3.1 History of cereals in diet 3.2 Nutritional value of cereals 3.3… Expand
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