Rye and Health
- Author : Kaisa Poutanen
- Publisher : Academic Press
- Pages : 309 pages
- ISBN : 0128122889
- Release : 30 September 2016
- Rating : 4/5 from 21 reviews
Rye and Health
Rye and Health
Health Benefits of Rye Table of Contents Preface Getting Started Chapter # 1: Intro Chapter # 2: Nutritional Worth Chapter # 3: Varieties of Rye Chapter # 4: Selection & Storage Health Benefits Chapter # 1: Lowers Type-2 Diabetes Risk Chapter # 2: Prevents Gallstones Chapter # 3: Cardiovascular Protection Chapter # 4: Lowers Cancer Risk Recipes Chapter # 1: Homemade Rye Bread Chapter # 2: Herb & Walnut Rolls Chapter # 3: Rye Rounds Conclusion References Author Bio Preface While most other cereal grains can be traced back to prehistoric cultures, rye is a crop that has caught the attention of the world,
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