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Bring Pasta Back to Your Plate |  we agree!

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Bring Pasta Back to Your Plate | we agree!

The gluten-free craze is out of hand. Here are 8 facts to counter the madness. - Vox

The gluten-free craze is out of hand. Here are 8 facts to counter the madness.

A grain-free diet isn't necessary for most people and may make you gain weight. But science isn't slowing the trend.

Pasta: Sustainability, Sports, And Statements | Oldways

Pasta: Sustainability, Sports, and Statements | Oldways

Pasta: A Unique Grain Food

Pasta: A Unique Grain Food

This Oldways on-demand webinar, PASTA: A UNIQUE GRAIN FOOD, explains how pasta's compact structure helps it release its energy slowly and steadily. The scien...

Ask a Dietitian: My kids love pasta but is it good for them?  Short answer: YES! Find out how to use pasta as a way to serve kids more veggies and legumes, and just how many beneficial nutrients different pasta varieties contain.

Ask a Dietitian: My kids love pasta but is it good for them? - ParentsCanada

The good news about pasta's nutritional benefits – especially since youngsters do love their noodles – is that there are plenty.

About Durum Wheat and the Glycemic Index

About Durum Wheat and the Glycemic Index | Livestrong.com

A hard, dense wheat with a high protein content, durum wheat is the variety most often used to make pasta, from spaghetti to ziti. After milling, the endosperm is ground into semolina, which is mixed with water to make pasta dough. Durum wheat is also used to make the grain-like pasta called couscous.

2010 Healthy Pasta Meals Scientific Consensus Conference

2010 Healthy Pasta Meals Conference | Oldways

Mediterranean Diet may lead to longer and healthier life - Pasta For All

Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn The Mediterranean diet has been consistently linked with health benefits, including reduced mortality and reduced risk of chronic diseases. In a new large study published on the British Medical Journal, greater adherence to the Mediterranean diet was associated with healthy aging. These results further support the benefits of adherence to the …