It’s easy to forget you’re eating healthy when you dive your fork into a vibrant, flavor-filled pasta meal. Pasta is such a scrumptious partner for tender vegetables, rich olive oil, and fragrant herbs, that, with pasta on your plate, meeting your nutrition goals becomes a gastronomic experience.Scientific studies have found that people who eat more pasta, noodles, and cooked grains tend to eat more fiber, and also score higher on the Healthy Eating Index, a measure of diet quality.
From Faseb Journal
The Faseb Journal is among the world’s most cited biology journals. It is published by the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology.
It has published the abstract “Association of consumption of different pasta food categories with diet quality and select nutrient intakes in adults (19+ years) from Nhanes, 2009-2012” by
Victor L. Fulgoni III (from Nutrition Impact, Battle Creek, Us) and Regan Bailey (from Department of Nutrition Science, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Us). This abstract is from the
Experimental Biology 2016 Meeting.