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Some whole grains are more whole than others

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 16th, 2014
The vast majority of the grain products eaten in the U.S. are refined. When whole grains are refined, for example into white flour or white rice, they are stripped of fiber and micronutrients, leaving behind a calorie-rich, nutrient-poor food.
A meta-analysis pooling the data from six previous studies has concluded that eating three servings (about 90 grams) of whole

Exercise keeps your DNA young

Posted: Thursday, Apr 10th, 2014
In addition to the many well-known benefits of exercise for reducing the risk of chronic disease, evidence has emerged in the past few years suggesting that exercise may slow the aging process at the DNA level.
One fascinating area of research on biological aging centers on regions of DNA called telomeres, non-coding sequences located on the ends chromosomes.

Solo guitarist to perform Sunday concert

Posted: Thursday, Apr 10th, 2014
Composer and guitarist Julian Mock will be making a stop in Yachats on his west coast tour. Mock will perform at a concert on Sunday, April 13 at the Yachats Community Presbyterian Church, located at 360 W 7th St. The show starts at 2 p.m.
Mock will perform new original works for solo guitar. Admission is free, but donations are

Boat Oregon class to be offered April 12

Posted: Thursday, Apr 10th, 2014
Yaquina Bay Flotilla 54 of the Coast Guard Auxiliary will conduct an eight-hour boating safety course this Saturday, April 12, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Port of Newport Marina & RV Park office building.
All Oregon recreational boaters operating a powerboat with 10 horsepower or more are required to carry a Boater Education Card showing

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