My Quinoa Bowl recipe With Mushrooms, Onions, Broccoli, Corn And Tamari Sauce is just like it says. No surprises. I am always looking for new recipes, but I think I have plenty as it is. Continue reading “Quinoa Bowl Recipe With Mushrooms, Onions, Broccoli, Corn And Tamari Sauce”
But, then I remembered one thing. Carbs get turned to sugar in your mouth by your saliva and feeds the germs that cause cavities. This also goes for ‘sprouted grains’ in which a few breads and cereals I have tried are made from.
‘The truth about grain: Our bodies actually don’t require it. And, I believe that when you refine grain, and eat too much of it, you open yourself up to potential problems, one of which is potential weight gain. Fortunately, there are alternatives to grain that offer more nutrition’ ~ your author
I avoid eating ‘gummy’ carb food. Why? This is usually refined grains. I want to save my teeth. Why would gummy food mess with teeth? It sticks and gives the bad germs sugar to eat. Then, their waste products erode our teeth making way for future cavities. But, unfortunately, that’s not the only concern I have about eating whole and refined grain.
You might want to read my article on grain and other foods that feed cavities, here, before you dive into a box of cereal or keep buying any type of bread, crackers, tortillas and just about anything else that’s ‘starchy’. Your saliva turns carbs to sugar.
Firstly, we don’t want to feed the germs responsible for cavities. Secondly, we want to kill them dead. You might want to watch each informative video directly below and learn how to do this yourself.
If you want to protect your body and teeth, you have to try to stay away from acidic food. For example, instead of drinking coffee, try Japanese green tea like I drink everyday. Unfortunately, all grain is ‘acid forming’.
I know gerd and acid reflux aren’t the same thing, although I believe they are similar. I have never been diagnosed. Nevertheless, I should say I get an acid stomach after I eat refined boxed cereals like Grape Nuts®.
In conclusion, be sure to listen to your body in how it feels. If eating something causes just one problem, you might want to consider excluding it from your diet. There are many substitutes for grain. For example, you could eat potatoes, beans and tofu together in one bowl. I do. It’s satisfying and very filling!
*The evidence doesn’t look too good in favor of eating grain
Note- before you change your diet consult your doctor.
Through my own research I found it is not necessarily the food you eat that makes people live past 100. It surprised me what all the elders had to say. Continue reading “Health, Weight Loss and Longevity: More than Simply Good Nutrition?”
I’ll bet I forgot to tell you I eat millet before I go to bed. Grain by its own nature is acid. So, watch how you feel. You don’t want to get acid reflux, because it can wear away the Continue reading “Millet: The unknown ‘gluten free’ grain”
Is rice good for you? Diets containing white rice, fruit and juices have cured disease in the past. Many cultures eat huge amounts of rice and are thin. I used to eat rice, but when I found out this very popular grain had a bad ingredient, I began to doubt its Continue reading “Is rice good for you? Depends where it’s grown (hint: arsenic)”
The exact cause of insulin resistance is not yet fully understood. Insulin is a hormone created by our pancreas and is essential to Continue reading “Insulin resistance: Why eating ‘real whole food’ can save your bacon!”
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Eating more refined grain can cause weight gain. This page should be titled ‘weight GRAIN’. You don’t want empty calories. Everywhere you look, you see advertising that says how good ‘whole wheat’ and other grain is for you. It’s easy to buy into it. They do make the packaging pretty. But, they claim it’s Continue reading “How to stop weight gain by eating whole food”
What is good food? Or, what food is good for you? There are people who seem healthy who eat everything they want, don’t see a doctor and don’t gain a pound. I am not one of those lucky ones.
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