Best Breads for Healthy Digestion

Can you eat bread and still feel good? Is this doughy delicacy actually the root of all your digestive ailments?

As much as low-carb advocates will tell you about the harm bread can do to your digestion, there is something they neglect to mention – and that’s real bread.

Real bread is that which has no processing aids, or any additional additives.

This is “back to basics” bread: just flour, water, yeast and a little salt, nothing else.

While this might sound unlikely to all the Hovis and Warburtons lovers out there, it really is possible, and that’s what Real Bread Week is all about.

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5 Compelling Reasons to Start Eating Organic Food

Guest post by Amanda Wilks at The Kitchen Advisor.

Nowadays, more and more people are deciding to improve their well-being by making important lifestyle changes. This comes as a welcome course of action considering the world’s modern obesity epidemic that seems to be quickly taking over Western countries from all over this side of the globe.

Making a change towards better living is a challenging task, but one not without its benefits. Your health will improve, and so will your mood and physical fitness. And it all starts with what you choose to eat. From picking out the freshest ingredients to using the best ceramic cookware, cooking a 100% healthy meal is an intricate process.

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What You Need to Know About Organic Produce

Have you ever plucked an organic broccoli from the veg aisle, only to trade it in for a cheaper, non-organic alternative?

If you have done this, then you’re with the majority; many of us shop with money on our minds, eager to turn out a cheap trolley run.

But – and hear me out on this – have you ever wondered what price you’re truly paying for your cheap produce? What can an organic broccoli give you, which a 40p cheaper alternative cannot? The answer is simple: nutrition.

Take a look below at what it means for you, and your wellbeing, when you go organic.

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What Are the Best Foods for People Living With IBS?

Guest post by NewLifeOutlook

There are plenty of different foods you can still enjoy with IBS, and there are others foods that should be avoided at all cost.

You’ve likely heard that you should avoid high FODMAP foods if you have IBS. FODMAPs are short chain carbohydrates found in foods.

People with IBS don’t absorb or digest this type of carbohydrate very well. The carbs ferment in the gut and cause bloating, diarrhea, constipation, and cramping. By following and eating low FODMAP foods, you will likely experience an improvement in your symptoms and overall health.

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