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Caption for March 2012 Agricultural Research magazine article, "Monitoring the U.S. Population's Diet: The Third Step—The National “What We Eat in America” Survey." Based on USDA Food Patterns, depending on age range and calorie needs, people should be eating between 1.5 ounces to 5 ounces of whole grains daily. But most age groups are eating less than 2 ounces of whole grains per day, according to ARS survey data analyses.
Caption for February 2010 Agricultural Research magazine article, "All-Oat, All-Barley Breads Ahead? Maybe!" ARS scientists are helping farmers, food producers, and consumers reap production and nutritional benefits through oat and barley research. Some of the many foods we derive from oats and barley are breads, health bars, pearled barley, barley and oat flakes, hot and cold cereals, and oat and barley flour.
Photo by Peggy Greb.
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