The four types of grains are cereals, legumes, pseudocereals and oilseeds. Grains are essential to a balanced diet, and Real Simple suggests including whole grains, such as barley, bulgur, farro, kasha, quinoa and wheat ... More »

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Some types of commonly known grains include whole grains, barley, oats and wheat germ. Other types of less commonly known grains include corn and rice. More »

Different types of crops include crops for eating, crops for clothing and crops for feeding animals that will be used for human sustenance. Crops can be anything from fruit that is grown on trees and used in commercial f... More »

High-fiber foods include fruits and vegetables such as apples, raspberries and artichokes; beans and legumes such as garbanzos and lima beans; and whole grains such as brown rice, barley and bulgur wheat. Other good sour... More »

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Some types of commonly known grains include whole grains, barley, oats and wheat germ. Other types of less commonly known grains include corn and rice. More »

Some of the main crops grown in Africa include cereals and grains, such as corn, wheat and rice, and legumes and fodder, such as beans, groundnut and cowpea. Agriculture employs 65 percent of Africa's labor force and is ... More »

Foods containing roughage, or fiber, include fruits, vegetables, cereals and grains, nuts and legumes and even some canned foods. Among fruits, raspberries offer the most fiber, with 8 grams of fiber in each 1 cup servin... More »