Separating the Wheat from the Chaff
The amount of information readily available to us today is astounding. For instance, do a Google search on wheat foods and you’ll end up with more than 40,000 entries. The problem is determining which ones are relevant, current and credible – separating the wheat from the chaff you might say!
You need a place to go when you really want to know.
Welcome to the Wheat Foods Council Network – the place where health and nutrition professionals, educators, culinarians, the media, consumers, and anyone else with an interest in wheat foods, can go for credible, science-based health and nutrition information.
We built this network to help people communicate with one another through a variety of vehicles – from news, videos and podcasts, to webinars, e-letters, and social media. To tailor it to your own needs and interests, we’ve organized it around “Channels,” specific nutrition practice areas where you can find focused content: Food & Culinary, Nutrition Educators, Supermarket & Retail, School Nutrition, Weight Management, and Home Baking.
We’ll also have an “In-Focus” channel where we delve more deeply into current issues being talked about in the nutrition community.
Rounding out our lineup is the “Wheat’s Up” channel, a monthly pot pourri highlighting interesting wheat foods, seasonal ingredients, health tips, crafting ideas and more. Here you’ll be able to ask, and find answers, to wheat and grains-related nutrition issues in our “Ask Lisa” column, authored by registered dietitian Lisa Katic.
We built this network to help grow and maintain relationships with people like you. The WFC Network offers many opportunities for us to interact and work together. The Wheat Foods Council Network,www.wheatfoods.org. It’s about time you have the place to go when you want to know.