Tip of the WeekWhole grains are good for us, offering fiber, vitamins and other nutrients. But can they really be tasty enough for our kids to enjoy? And how do we add them to more of our meals?Consider whole grains your blank canvas, says Susan Moores, a Twin Cities, Minn.-based dietitian. “They’re a great starting point for creating delicious meals that are incredibly beneficial to your and your kids’ health.”
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