From Food Vice to Virtue
It's not easy to shed a "bad boy" reputation, but new research is helping these 10 former food baddies climb back into nutritional favor.
Popcorn may be chock full of the same phytochemicals that make brown rice and other whole grains great for disease prevention
and weight maintenance. But a cloud of fat and salt often obscures things. The good news: the
Dietary Guidelines now promote plain popcorn as a legit whole grain serving. And researchers find it an o.k. nibble for people with diverticular
What it offers you: An ounce (3.5 cups) of the fluffy stuff equals one whole grain serving and delivers 4 grams of fiber in 107 calories. Recipe: Garlic-Parmesan Popcorn