Once you’re infected, it usually takes between five days and two weeks before symptoms appear. This stage is called "pre-symptomatic." When people are pre-symptomatic, the amount of virus they shed from the nose and mouth is extremely high, putting others around them in danger.
There is strong evidence that eating at least three servings of whole-grain foods per day decreases the risk of colorectal cancer. Consuming whole grains also has been shown to promote cardiovascular health and reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes. But what are whole grains?