If you're anything like us, you're probably sick and tired of your bread turning into a moldy mess only a few days after you buy it.
And if you think putting your loaf in the fridge extends the life of your bread, then you're gonna love the new technology MicroZap — as it's supposed to zap your baked roll into survival mode for 60 days!!
According to the company's CEO and Director Don Stull:
Looking to cut back on carbs without ditching bread? Try opting for a whole wheat baguette and scoop out some of the inside. The crust is sturdy enough to hold your sandwich together and you’ll save half the carbs.
Bread has always gotten a bad rap when it comes to health. Many studies and researchers have gone back and forth on the matter, so here are some facts when it comese to bread.
Overindulging on bread can be bread and could add too many carbs. But bread is okay in whole wheat options so stay away from white bread!
Other researchers have also found that bread increaes the risk of type 2 diabetes. But once again, white bread and other refined wheats can cause higher risk for diabetes.
Dependence on insulin if there is too much sugar in the blood can be deadly. However, you can't swear off bread it important to have balanced with other foods. In a 2,000 calorie diet plan, bread should equal six ounces or servings a day.
Bread can be good but too much bread is very harmful!!!
The French, known for their slimmer figures, will have to work a bit harder to maintain their reputation now that they can indulge in rich carbs 24/7.
Jean-Louis Hecht has introduced an 'automated baguette dispenser, promising warm bread for hungry night owls, shift workers or anyone else who doesn't have time to pick one up during their bakery's opening hours.'
Wow. That's delightful.
Just remember, if you're going to indulge, make up for it with endorphine-producing exercise!