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Fun Fact Friday

Fun Fact Friday

The downside of being shy is that people misjudge you as thinking you’re better than others just because you’re quiet. 91% people skip the first slice of bread, just because it’s ugly. Popcorn is by far the healthiest snack. It builds bone, muscle, tissue, aids digestion, and is good for the teeth. Generally, you should never forget what a person says to you when angry because that’s when the truth finally comes out. According to a study, wishing someone luck…

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Top 11 Most Common Nutrition Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

Top 11 Most Common Nutrition Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

Nutrition is full of misinformation. Everyone seems to “know” what is right, most often based on zero evidence. Here are the top 11 most common nutrition mistakes that people keep repeating. 1. Drinking Fruit Juice Fruit juice isn’t always what it seems to be. It is often little more than water mixed with sugar and some kind of fruit concentrate. In many cases, there isn’t any actual fruit in there, just chemicals that taste like fruit. But even IF you’re…

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What is Potassium Bromate?

What is Potassium Bromate?

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2015 Jose Aguayo, Database Analyst, and Nneka Leiba, Deputy Director of Research Was your bread baked with flour containing a possible cancer-causing additive? Few foods evoke an image of wholesomeness like fresh-baked bread. But the flour used in many commercial baked goods may include an additive that’s been linked to cancer. The additive is called potassium bromate, which is added to flour to strengthen the dough, allow it to rise higher and give the finished bread an…

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Could Too Many Refined Carbs Make You Depressed?

Could Too Many Refined Carbs Make You Depressed?

Study found postmenopausal women who ate more processed foods faced higher risk of mood disorder WebMD News from HealthDay     By Alan Mozes     HealthDay Reporter FRIDAY, Aug. 7, 2015 (HealthDay News) – Refined carbohydrates – such as those found in white bread, white rice and sodas – may harm more than the waistlines of older women. New research shows that eating too much of these highly processed foods might also raise their risk of depression. Luckily, the…

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Sensitive to Gluten? Traditional Sourdough Offers a Unique Solution to Bread Woes

Sensitive to Gluten? Traditional Sourdough Offers a Unique Solution to Bread Woes

By Carolanne Wright       Contributing Writer for Wake Up World Jack Bezian of Bezian’s Bakery in Santa Monica, California, has an eye-catching sign behind his loaves of bread, stating: “Roman soldiers had only sourdough bread to get protein.” But this is only part of the story. For those who suffer from gluten intolerance or celiac disease, Jack’s naturally fermented bread is surprisingly easy to digest. Interestingly, several studies have also found true sourdough to be well tolerated by…

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Sensitive to gluten? Traditional sourdough offers a unique solution to bread woes

Sensitive to gluten? Traditional sourdough offers a unique solution to bread woes

Wednesday, November 06, 2013      Carolanne Wright (NaturalNews) Jack Bezian of Bezian’s Bakery in Santa Monica, California, has an eye-catching sign behind his loaves of bread, stating: “Roman soldiers had only sourdough bread to get protein.” But this is only part of the story. For those who suffer from gluten intolerance or celiac disease, Jack’s naturally fermented bread is surprisingly easy to digest. Interestingly, several studies have also found true sourdough to be well tolerated by individuals sensitive to…

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10 reasons to eat sourdough bread

10 reasons to eat sourdough bread

A Healthy Bread That is Good For You! by Halle Cottis  There is so much debate out there on whether or not we should be consuming grains.  I agree, that modernized grains are most likely not good for you.  Most of them are made from genetically modified grains and can damage your health.  For the past year or so, I have eliminated grains from my diet…I needed the break.  I have slowly started to reintroduce grains back to my diet….

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Still Eat White Bread? You Need to Read This

Still Eat White Bread? You Need to Read This

FRIDAY, May 30, 2014 (HealthDay News) — If you’re watching your weight, you may have to watch your white bread consumption, too. When white bread is a diet staple, you may be more likely to become overweight or obese than if you favor whole grain bread, according to a new study. Researchers tracked the eating habits and weight of more than 9,200 Spanish university graduates for an average of five years. Participants who ate both white and whole grain breads…

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The Surprising Ways Grains Are Destroying Your Brain

The Surprising Ways Grains Are Destroying Your Brain

By Dr. David Perlmutter    August 28, 2013  Medical science is making meaningful strides in terms of reducing heart disease and some forms of cancer. But why are we desperately losing the battle when it comes to Alzheimer’s disease? The statistics take your breath away. We’ve already got 5.4 million Alzheimer’s patients right here in the U.S., and that number is poised to double by 2030. And the cost for caring for these folks is estimated to be around $200 billion…

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That Chemical Subway Ditched? McDonald's, Wendy's Use it Too

That Chemical Subway Ditched? McDonald's, Wendy's Use it Too

By Katie Little This week, Subway found out customers don’t like eating a chemical found in yoga mats, shoe rubber and synthetic leather. After one blogger’s petition against azodicarbonamide generated widespread uproar, the sandwich chain announced plans to remove the ingredient from its bread but did not say when. Currently, its 9-grain wheat, Italian white and sourdough breads contain it. The move has at least one other major chain pondering its own products containing the chemical, but its use at…

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