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Add the Right Bread to Support Good Health

By Tom Herrin

As we work hard to do what we can to maintain the best health, it can be a struggle as we endeavor to sort through all of the information that is out there.  For many of us, bread appears to be something that we may be better off to avoid.  Some years ago, it developed a reputation for contributing to colon cancers in many people.  This seems to have been due to the presence of highly refined flour that was used in making much of the bread for retail sale.  Today there are some really good bread products available for any of us to purchase.

Ezekiel Bread

A lot of us have probably never heard of Ezekiel bread.  It is a little different in that it is made from sprouted grains.  This process apparently helps to increase the amount of available nutrients.  These sprouted grains are believed to be better for those who may have sensitivities to some grains.  The bread is also made without sugar.  The end product is a good one with no sugar and a pretty high protein content.

Sourdough Bread

Most of us have likely eaten some kind of sourdough bread.  It is often used in some kinds of sandwiches or served with particular types of meals.  Its flavor is pretty recognizable.  This is another kind of bread that is made in a little different kind of process.  It undergoes some fermentation that can help us to digest foods by breaking down the carbohydrates.  This kind of bread also has lots of protein and only a small amount of sugar.  For those who are a little concerned about eating bread, this is one that is packed with good things.  

Let Choosing Bread a Family Affair

Deciding to add a healthier bread to your menu can be a good opportunity to involve the whole family.  Get everyone to begin to read labels and identify the best ingredients for your family.  As for taste, it can be good to sample different kinds one at a time.  It can be a great time for the family to be part of a decision-making process to enhance health.  You may be able to learn more about what kinds of breads go best with various foods.  It can be some simple fun with the family.

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

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