1. In repeated studies whole grains reduce your risk of:
all of the above

2. A whole grain contains:
3. Refined grains have been stripped of:
D. All of the above

4. How do you know if a food is truly whole grain?
C. Look for the whole grain stamp and read the ingredients.

5. Most people say they don’t cook whole grains because:
C. I don't know how to prepare them.

6. A benefit of consuming whole grains is that:
D. All of the above

7. The best way to include whole grains in your diet is by:
A. Substituting commonly used foods with whole-grain options.

8. Choose the best example of whole grain:
D. All of the above – and many more!

9. Choose foods that contain the following ingredients listed first on the label:

C. Whole wheat, graham flour, oatmeal, whole oats, brown rice, wild rice, whole-grain corn, popcorn, whole-grain barley, whole-wheat bulgur and whole rye

10. If you aren’t sure how to prepare whole grains you should:
B. Ask for recipes or research recipes online