In a recent study, researchers who reviewed health and nutrition data for 31,684 men found that those who consumed the most whole grains (about 52 g daily) were 19% less likely to develop high blood pressure than those who consumed the least whole grains (about 3 g daily).

Best sources: Oatmeal (instant or cooked)- one cup, 30 g to 35 g ... popcorn-one cup, 10 g to 12 g... whole-wheat bread-one slice, about 15 g ... and bran cereal-one cup, 5 g to 10 g.

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