October 08, 2015
When it comes to achieving higher levels of health, there are a number of different ways to get there. This makes it easy to get overloaded and overwhelmed with all of the advice and tips that experts tend to throw your way. To make this easier, here are three of the top healthy habits you should be doing today so that you live a longer, higher quality life that extends well beyond tomorrow: Don’t slouch. When you spend your days hunched over, it can negatively affect you a number of different ways. Physically, this type of posture...
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February 16, 2014
If you’re trying to get healthy, undoubtedly the one bread that continuously pops up is 100% whole-wheat. While this sandwich and toast making option is certainly good for you, you don’t have to banish yourself to the wheat department of the store and swear off other breads in the name of health. The truth is that rye bread is good for you too. Here’s why: It helps you control your blood sugar levels. Some studies, like one conducted by Lund University in Sweden, suggest that many different rye flours (like endosperm and whole grain rye) are just as capable of...
April 23, 2013
Rye grains are known have a low GI rating. Meaning that eating a rye bread sandwich during your busy day can have great effects on your energy levels. This works by releasing glucose slowly into your blood stream . Rye bread is much darker than other flours. When baking with rye often you will have a dark brown bread, adding seeds is a must when making your own bread. Seeds much like; sunflower, pumpkin , poppy, lax or sesame seeds go great with this bread. Most commonly eaten in German sandwich, rye bread is famous and more commonly...