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Bread Just UnHealthy December 5, 2014

Filed under: Health,Nutrition — jax allen @ 8:30 am
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Loaf Lie #5: “There is No Such Thing as a Healthy Loaf of Bread”

If all this bread bashing has caused you to reluctantly swear off buns, biscuits, bagels and baguettes forever, I understand. After all, if whole-grain and most gluten-free breads are bad for you… what else is there?

Well, I have great news…

You Don’t Have to Choose Between Your “Daily Bread”And Being Healthy
You Just Have to Choose Healthy Bread!

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What if you could sink your teeth into a hot stack of French toast… a sandwich thick enough to make Dagwood proud… a chewy bagel…. or a crusty piece of fresh-baked focaccia…

And what if these delicious real-food breads were not only gluten-free… but low glycemic too?

When you choose bread made with “intelligent ingredients” it can actually protect – not wreck – your health.

It can even help you sculpt a lean physique… instead of puffing up your muffin top!

And I’m not talking about weak imitations. I’m talking about REAL bread so delicious you’ll swear that it’s bad for you.

And you won’t believe just how easy it can be…

You will find real bread recipes and good artisan bakers if you look for them.
Don’t simply swap cheap, nasty supermarket bread with cheap nasty gluten free products.

Eat Clean. Train Smart. Expect Results.

Jax

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One Response to “Bread Just UnHealthy”

  1. thenoveilst Says:

    Start intelligently, as you mean to go on, indeed 🙂


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