There's zero doubt about it: Whole grains are crazy good for you. But if you're feeling as if you're in a brown rice rut, it might be time to switch up your grain game.
farro offers complex carbohydrates, including starches — which slowly break down into glucose, providing your body with a steady supply of energy
In fact, farro boasts more fiber than grains such as brown rice and oatmeal, says Saul.
it's loaded with other essential nutrients such as protein, zinc, B vitamins, and magnesium, adds Zimmerman.
Here are the nutrition facts for 100 grams or 1/2 cup of dry (uncooked) whole-grain emmer farro
13 grams protein
2 grams fat
72 grams carbohydrate
11 grams fiber
its well-rounded nutritional resume, farro's certainly worthy of a place in a balanced diet.