Are You In Denial About Wheat? Switch To Rye & Feel Less Hungry
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Dr Mark Hyman Says :We are ALL allergic to wheat with the reaction that it makes us fat. It contains a Super Starch -- amylopectin A that is super fattening. It also contains a form of Super Gluten that is super-inflammatory& It contains forms of a Super Drug that is super-addictive and makes you crave and eat more. Switch to Rye bread, the best kind of bread to use,as sugars in rye flour are absorbed into your bloodstream much more slowly
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Rye bread may be a better choice than wheat bread for persons with diabetes. Rye has a water-binding capacity that quickly gives a feeling a fullness and makes rye bread a real help for anyone trying to lose weight. Rye has magnesium and enzymes involved in the body's use of glucose and insulin secretion.
I have substituted wheat bread for Quinona or Rye bread, rice cookies, etc.
I have substituted wheat bread for Quinona or Rye bread (you got to check the labels bcs. many although they say "Rye" or others, wheat still part of the ingredients, just cutting pastries and all wheat products have helped me shed 6 pounds so far in only 2 weeks :)
Rye bread is high in fiber, improves digetion and helps remove toxins from our bodies.The nutrients in Rye can help lower cholesterol along with the risk of cardiovascular disease, cancer and diabetes. Rye bread has a moderate glycemic index so it has less impact on blood sugar than wheat or white breads.
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