Are grains really healthy?

 

Are you like me and have a hard time with eating beans and grains, despite the fact theyre supposed to be healthy?
Do you gain fat when you eat even 'non-refined' healthy carbs like brown rice?
I did -- until recently.
Heres your mid-week tip:
Soak all grains and legumes for 24 hours prior to cooking them.
Dont worry -- they taste the same. Theyre even more fluffy. But, more important than that --
they are now 'lectin-free'...or 90% there.
What are lectins?
Lectins are protein and protein-family substances that love to bind to stuff and mess with your bodys cellular structure.
The have a nasty habit of rendering even the most healthy of foods (almost always plant-based) very unhealthy for you to consume.
This does not have to be.
Simply soaking brown rice and legumes (beans) in water for 24 hours, according to food allergy researcher Dr. David Freed, causes the lectins in both foods to be destroyed 10 minutes into cooking.
This will not happen if you cook grains normally.
This is why you may be sniffling or having a hard time with 'good carbs' in your diet. There are other reasons, but Ive found this to be the ace in the hole.
Try it and see if your grains dont go down better.
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Sincerely,
Joshua Johnson

 

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One Response to “Are grains really healthy?”

  1. Isabella the Cooking Healthy Girl September 24, 2010 at 12:48 pm

    Sweet, that’s definitely what I was searching for! You just saved me a lot of work