Introduction to Grains
Grains have been the foundation for good nutrition for time immemorial. Thousands of years ago, the Israelites took unleavened bread with them when they traveled from Egypt into the desert. The food guide pyramid shows that you need generous amounts of these foods each day to maintain health and prevent disease.
The Indian diet includes a variety of cereals and grains in the day-to-day diet. May it be bread for breakfast or parathas, or theplas or idlis or just tea.
Latest Publications and Research on Grains
- Grains. - Published by PubMed
- Lead (Pb) distribution and accumulation in different plant parts and its associations with grain Pb contents in fragrant rice. - Published by PubMed
- Biochemical and molecular responses during overwintering of red clover populations recurrently selected for improved freezing tolerance. - Published by PubMed
- Genome-wide association study reveals that different pathways contribute to grain quality variation in sorghum (Sorghum bicolor). - Published by PubMed
- A Slice of FPIES (food protein-induced enterocolitis syndrome): Insights from 441 children with FPIES as provided by caregivers in the International FPIES Association. - Published by PubMed