Would you be surprised to learn that you don’t have to eat dry, bland, or just plain yucky breads with little annoying seeds in them, nor do you need to eat lumpy, tasteless porridge or oatmeal. Unless you actually enjoy those types of foods.
There is a food that has largely been taken for granted as having little nutritional value, people have eaten it for centuries simply because it is fun, and it tastes good. Children adore it, some families include it in their Christmas traditions, and every movie theater sells it by the bucketful.
If you’re thinking about Popcorn, you are thinking about a nutritious food. That’s right, popcorn is a whole grain! Every kernel of popcorn contains small amounts of nutrients, and as long as you don’t completely saturate your popcorn with butter and salt, popcorn is actually quite healthy for you, and non-fattening.
This is a great website that gives you all sorts of nutritional information about the many types of popcorn, plus links to other sites where you can find recipes and links to other popcorn sites.