2 Slices Of Wheat Bread Equals 2 Tbls. Of Sugar Or More
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Dr Mark Hyman Says: Two slices of whole wheat bread now raise your blood sugar more than two tablespoons of table sugar. He also says " We know that foods with a high glycemic index make people store belly fat, trigger hidden fires of inflammation in the body and give you a fatty liver, leading the whole cascade of obesity, pre-diabetes & diabetes.
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Cut Wheat Products From Your Diet And You Won't Be Hungry
Dr. William Davis says Wheat rapidly turns into sugar and accelrates aging and chronic illness in most of us. Whole wheat and white bread have essentially the same impact on blood sugar, which is to say you might as well be eating a big spoonful of sugar. slices of whole wheat bread increase blood sugar to a higher level than a candy bar does. If you eliminate wheat from your diet, you're no longer hungry, cut out the appetite stimulant, and consequently you lose weight very quickly
Sugar Alcohols which are often used in products labeled sugar free can raise blood sugar. Be careful. Avoid foods which cause the highest rise which are sugar in liquid form, like sugared drinks, fruit juices, and adding sugar to any drink; anything made with flour,white bread, spaghetti, mac & cheese, pretzels, bagels, muffins. Chose Dreamfield's Noodles, Rye Bread, whole wheat breads, muffins and bagels and no sugar added products. Rye Bread helps curb hunger at about 90 calories a slice
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