whole grain is better obviously but all that depends on your outlook on things nothing should be ''avoided'', you are allowed to eat anything you want, in moderate doses just count calories and macronutrients one piece of bread during meal won't really wreck you in any way personally I find it easier if I don't ever eat sweets, chips and such shit, but that's your choice, if you can control yourself and control your caloric intake, eat whatever you want
>>32189998 I make my own bread from wheat I mill myself, water and some honey (using yeast i also make myself)
Typing this out i realized i sound like some kind of hippy doush, but its actually because i live on a farm and its more convenient to make bread at home.
Anyway, does anyone know if there is really any benefit from making your own bread, or is it the same as store bought? I know store bought bread has a lot of soy in them, but when I try to search for this I only end up getting a bunch of nutty corperations-want-to-poinson-us-with-bread nonsense.
I also found out that almost all the "wholewheat" bread available where I live is actually just made from white bread flour with some seeds and little bit of milled whole wheat added for color.
>>32189998 >So should all bread be avoided? Oh for fuck's sake.. NO, there is nothing unhealthy about bread, just don't stuff your face with it all day every day and you will be FINE. If it fits your macros then it's FINE. Stop falling for stupid troll/memes.
>>32190759 >go through SERE training >have very little to eat for almost 2 weeks >when we get back they have chicken flavor ramen noodles for us >it is the best soup i have ever eaten >try ramen again a few weeks later
>>32190740 My dad does that and claims that it's healthier to mill your own grains because they're more "alive" or something, but he's never been able to back that up. He also rolls his own oats for the same reason idk You'll always know exactly what's in your bread and can tweak the ingredients and different grains as you like, and you always get it fresh out of the oven. So I'd say keep it up, though you can probably find store-bought bread that's very similar to yours in nutrients
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