To sum it up, there aren’t many compelling reasons to single out bread as one of your dietary nemeses. Eating white bread all day isn’t a great way to stay slim. But if you’ve been shunning all bread — including the whole-grain types — out of the belief that it’s fattening and unhealthy, the existing evidence suggests you’re doing your health more harm than good.
I have no numbers for heart, BP, cholesterol, or whatever to tell you...I never knew before...but I'll just tell you that I feel FANTASTIC! I've dropped about 4" off my waist and my belly is just about flat now in some angles, and my work outs have been better. I can lift more, recover faster, and all that with this high-good-for-you-bread eating plan.
Nice and firm. Baked it on the recommended temp, added 6 or 7 minutes. Pressed the middle and it was great. I let it cool. What was nice about it was obviously it’s low carb bread…hurray for that, but it cut well. Got 18 slices easily about 1/2 inch thick without breakage. Most importantly, it wasn’t greasy, or almond tasting overload, just delicious.
Wow everybody, I really had no idea this post would spark such debate and exchange. I am actually enjoying reading what everyone has to say, even if I am being chastized and condemned by some. At first, honestly, I was a bit shocked at being attacked (I am a down-to-earth person, honestly!) But it is eye-opening to hear the different perspectives. I would love to hear from others about how one does keto in India, and Wales, and other dense urban centers around the world that don't have the same access to choices. Truly, share your pespectives! It will help others. What makes it simple, sustainable and cheaper for you?
I just don’t understand why people still need it. I am so elated to be free from its hold! They will say, “Look what I found!” They’ll show a label that says “LOW CARB” or “KETO.” It often has a list of ingredients that is as long as one’s arm. Or it is a low-carb version of some high-carb treat, like candies, syrups, sweets or desserts. Artificial sweeteners abound. High-priced supplements, MCT oils and exogenous ketones are common.
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