It’s time to address the many questions I get about one of most wonderful and satisfying foods on earth – Bread! I don’t want to live without it and you shouldn't have to either. Bread is a really hot topic and is targeted as the root of many health problems. Overall, bread gets a bad reputation because grains are not easy for your body to digest, can overwork your pancreatic enzymes, contain the anti-nutrient phytic acid and an abundance of dreaded gluten. Also, our wheat crops in this country have been through some serious genetic manipulation to make them profitable for the food industry and less healthy for us.
If you and your family love to break bread but at the same time do not want to poison yourself then let us help you find the healthiest bread on the market, the breads to avoid, and why!
Bread is being blamed more and more for many health problems, it mainly has a bad reputation because grains are not easy for your body to digest and can overwork your pancreatic enzymes, an overload of gluten and contains the anti-nutrient phytic acid. The wheat crops in this country have been through some serious genetic manipulation to make them profitable for the food industry and less healthy for us.
The main problem with wheat (unless you have a gluten sensitivity) is that as a culture we eat too much of it. If you take a minute and think what a typical American diet consists of a bagel for breakfast, a sandwich or roll for …
Gluten-Free Ancient Grains Bread – Manna (contains added sugar)Spelt Ancient Grain Bread – Rudi’s (contains added sugar)Good Seed Spelt Bread – Dave’s Killer Bread (contains added sugar)Remember to always choose bread that is made with real certified organic ingredients. The wheat that is used to make most bread is heavily sprayed with pesticides. By choosing certified organic products you will avoid exposure to GMOs and save yourself from the chemical additives that can wreck your health.
Unlike wheat, these grains are called ancient because they haven’t changed for thousands of years. They are packed with nutrients and many of these grains can be used to make gluten-free bread. Just make sure that the bread you are buying is labeled as “gluten-free” if you are trying to avoid gluten – because not all ancient grains are gluten-free and they may be blended with wheat. Manna makes a good gluten-free bread with brown rice, sorghum, millet, amaranth, quinoa and chia seeds. Please note, almost all gluten-free breads contain added sugar in the form of honey, molasses, agave nectar or evaporated cane juice.
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