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Is Your Bread Buttered With Good Health?

By Tom Herrin

Eating food that can support better health is pretty important.  In order to do it well, we need to immerse ourselves in as much information as possible.  Education is an ongoing process in just about anything.  The more we know about the food we eat, the better.  Understanding our personal needs is also critical.  When it comes to bread, there are a lot of different ideas about just what is best for us.  Some of this is really dependent upon our individual situation.  

For much of civilization, bread has been an essential part.  Once it began to be produced for sale in stores, the quality declined.  Much of this was due to the use of highly processed flour which robbed it of many nutrients.  We are fortunate in that today there are some good, healthy options.

Sourdough Bread

Most of us have likely had sourdough bread in some form.  Many times, it comes with some kind of sandwich.  We all recognize its unique taste.  This is due to a pretty complex process used in its production.  This allows fermentation that can provide healthy bacteria that can help with digestion.  This is a key to better health making it a good option.  These types of breads are usually low in sugar and high in protein meaning they are a good choice for many of us.

Whole Grain Bread

Many types of bread are advertised as having some kind of whole grain.  Some of them are labeled as whole wheat while others are labeled as whole grain.  The latter may contain other kinds of grains besides just the straight wheat.  Whole grain bread may be a great choice for those who have issues such as diabetes since it often has no sugar.  Any bread that contains really whole grains may have more nutrients and, of course, good fiber.  Reading the labels can help to reveal details that we should make ourselves aware of.

Bread Should Taste Good

There is no reason for us to purchase food that does not have a good flavor.  Most of them are pretty good but it is worth trying some different products to see which one suits us best.  Considering ingredients that will serve to be of the greatest benefit to us should be high in our minds as we balance this with flavor.  The main thing is to go for something that rounds out our meals and meets our personal health needs.

To learn more about your health, wellness, and fitness, see your local chiropractor at The Joint Chiropractic in Austin, Tex.

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