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There’s a bread out there that you can eat as much as you want. It’s called Barely Bread and comes with approval from renowned American heart surgeon Steven Gundry, who created the recipe. He believes this is the best bread it can be. It contains no grains and is lectin- and gluten-free. It has a mixture of almonds, seeds and coconut flowers, which makes it a stomach-friendly concoction.
This is important because according to Gundry, aging begins in the abdomen. Seconds Mumbai-based nutritionist Ruchira Saxena, “What one eats directly affects the gut microbiome—a collection of microorganisms that are important for a well-functioning immune system, weight management and heart health. Bread- Worldwide A much-loved staple in the U.S.—one of the things known to cause gut dysbiosis (an imbalance of gut microbes) in some people. A side effect of this is poor absorption of nutrients, irregular blood sugar levels, and accessibility among other problems “Dysbiosis is the accumulation of fat, which leads to aging of the body.” Dysbiosis inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), autoimmune arthritis, obesity, allergic disorders, type 1 diabetes mellitus, obesity, autism, colorectal cancer and others Including diseases like It is no surprise that dietitians and nutritionists are increasingly eliminating roti from the diet regime,” shares Saxena.
Bread is not your enemy. are highly processed. Whole grain bread is good for you because it contains all the nutrients – the bran, germ and endosperm. “Whole grains provide a bunch of benefits like providing the body with vitamins and proteins that help keep it strong and stable,” he says. Dietary fiber is another extremely important component of whole grain bread. “Consider it your digestive system’s best friend. Not to mention, consumption of this type of roti regulates blood sugar and cholesterol,” says Saxena.
Not to mention, there is gundri roti which you can always try.
So ready to break the bread?
2 cups almond flour
1/3 cup + 1 Tbsp ground flaxseed
1 tbsp baking soda
1 tbsp whole flaxseed
1 tbsp apple cider vinegar
cup Greek yogurt
6 tablespoons butter
Mix all dry ingredients in a bowl. Add flax seeds.
Melt the butter and leave it to cool for five minutes.
Pour wet ingredients into dry ingredients. Mix well so that you make a dough like mixture.
Take out on a baking pan and cover with baking paper. Sprinkle with flaxseed and bake at 175 degrees for 25 minutes.
Once done, leave it to cool and wrap it in a towel.
Keep it in a Ziploc bag to maintain freshness. —Dr Steven Gundry
Just because a label mentions words like multigrain, organic, bran, wheat germ or stone-ground, doesn’t mean it’s a whole grain. Look for a 100% stamp.