Substitutes for bread . . .

I would be the last person to say that there is any one style of eating that would be right for everyone, so if bread (or grains in general) are not a problem for you, don’t stop eating them just because I said so.

In keeping with my post yesterday (40 teaspons of sugar), it should be noted that many commercially available breads have added sugar in them, as well as heavily processed wheat products that are nearly devoid of all natural nutritional value.

However, if (like my wife and myself) you need to quit using breads, you may also have discovered (like us) that doing without bread is VERY limiting.  If this applies to you, you will be glad to know that Authority Nutrition recently addressed this in a blog.  Here is the link:

http://authoritynutrition.com/10-ways-to-replace-bread/

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