The Clean-Eating Bread That Will Change Your Life

– Ellen Greene

We’ve all heard the golden rule of dieting that to lose weight you have to cut out bread completely. To the joy of many of us us carb lovers, there might be a compromise to be found. Meet Food of Life’s Ezekiel bread, a mixture of sprouted grains that have been around since biblical time, featured in scripture verse Ezekiel 4:9. This ancient bread has taken the health and fitness industry by storm.

The unique combination of 4 different grains and 2 types of legumes puts this bread in a league of it’s own. It has so many benefits that even whole wheat bread doesn’t offer, including increased digestibility, increased absorption of minerals, aids in the production of Vitamin B and C, and is a great source of fiber. Worried about getting enough protein in your diet? Ezekiel bread has almost the same amount of protein content as eggs or milk. It’s also 100% organic and non-GMO, with no artificial preservatives, added sugar or flour.

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Food of Life has expanded beyond just loaves of bread and now offers cereals, english muffins, pasta, pocket breads, tortillas, waffles, and more. With so many options, the opportunities are endless. Whether it’s at taco night with your friends or your morning toast, give sprouted grains a try!
Here’s a recipe we love using Ezekiel bread for a Sprouted French Toast Breakfast Casserole, to really spice things up, I recommend using Food of Life’s cinnamon raisin bread for the recipe.

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Source: ifoodreal
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