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 Is It Really Whole Grain? 
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Is It Really Whole Grain?
by: Sarah Moser

Are you unhappy with the way you look? Are you unsure what easy steps you can take to achieve your goal weight? I know many women are unhappy with something. I am sure you’ve seen the commercials that say you can lose weight just by switching to whole grain. I think it makes perfect sense to simply switch to whole grains. However did you know that store bought whole grain bread can be fattening and unhealthy for you?

Did you know that starting in the 1950’s it became standard to include hydrogenated oils, artificial preserves, emulsifiers, and other chemicals into factory made bread? Does this sound like anything you want to put into your body? Do you think these kinds of additives will help you lose weight? Chemicals such as potassium bromate and alum can be cancer causing and a hazard to our health. When factories are making their bread the grain is put through a chemical process to “Purify” soften and whiten it into flour. However instead of Purifying the flour this process actually takes out natural vitamins and minerals found in the flour. Then they artificially add the vitamin and minerals taken out in the first place. Does this sound healthy to you?

Have you ever wondered why the store bought bread has the shelf life that it does? In factory prepared bread emulsifiers are added to hide the rotting of the bread. Originally the particular emulsifier was added as a softening agent. However recent studies have shown that certain additives used for softening actually can hide the rotting process. Therefore deceiving the buyer into thinking the bread is fresh.

Now how can we protect ourselves and our families? Simply making your own bread, there are many benefits to making your own bread. One is, it’s an easy way to watch what you are eating and possibly shed a few pounds while you’re at it.

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