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Hi, from Colorado

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Re: Hi, from Colorado

Postby SamNZ » Wed Aug 14, 2019 9:00 pm

I make my own sourdough bread and I've read that the fermentation helps break down the gluten. It takes a long time to make and so I don't do it very often. I've also noticed it does not spike my appetite like regular bread. I eat a couple of slices and I'm sated for a long time.

I think making your own sourdough is fantastic and breaking the gluten down is awesome, I really look forward to my local market and get some every time I go there.

I think probably posting each one as a separate forum is the best way to get some interesting discussions and responses to your questions, they are not run of the norm things for me as I specialize more in helping the act of changing behavior rather than the nutritional specifics. I hope this helps and you find some of your answers. Check out the Wiki topics also as there is an enormous amount of information in there.
Cheers SamNZ
Samantha McBride
Functional Medicine Certified Health Coach

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