No Bread?

Hello People…Everyone says lower your intake of flour wheat products, especially bread. I eat almost 100% whole wheat bread all the time I eat bread, and started to cut back on it since I heard that. Is it ok to eat whole wheat bread a lot? Is it ok to eat alternatives to wheat, like spelt? Thanks.

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5 thoughts on “No Bread?

  1. Different people have different reactions to different foods. Try cutting out wheat for a month or more, and see if it makes a difference to your acne. Then try it with sugar for a month or more, and then dairy for a month and so on…

    Or you can just cut out all of them at once if you dont feel like waiting for that long, like I did.

    And yes, alternatives can be used instead of wheat.

  2. I find that eating flour products in general, including whole wheat, makes me feel tired and seems to clog up my system. I do eat Ezekiel or Alvarado Street breads, though, which are made from only sprouted grains. Those don’t seem to bother me or my skin, that I can tell.

  3. I find that eating flour products in general, including whole wheat, makes me feel tired and seems to clog up my system…

    FULLY agree here. I was eating whole wheat bread for a while because it is a “healthy” food right? Well not for me. Once I got off whole wheat bread I got 100% clear. If I eat it now it takes me 3 hours to stop feeling lethargic from it.

  4. I find that eating flour products in general, including whole wheat, makes me feel tired and seems to clog up my system. I do eat Ezekiel or Alvarado Street breads, though, which are made from only sprouted grains. Those don’t seem to bother me or my skin, that I can tell.

    same here. Flour-based foods always make me coma-ish, and usually make my stomach feel bloated. Rice for me is worse though – (especially if I eat 2 rice meals w/in 2 days) makes me extremely run down…not surprising now that I know it has just about the highest glycemic index you can find. I avoid rice now, and bread and pasta unless I’m at a restaurant (I can’t resist the house breads at certain restaurants), and then only in small amounts. I never eat any of these at home – I have such an aversion to them because of how they make me feel.

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