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Why Are Grains So Bad For You-How To Choose The Healthy Grains

 

Grains-Good Or Bad?

 

Grains has become a very large part of our diets today, cereal grains are the world’s largest source of food energy. The most common grains are wheat, rice and corn, some less common grains are barley, oats, sorghum, millet and rye. Woman are recommended to consume 5-6 servings per day, men are recommended to consume 6-8 servings per day. Grains are the staple food in the majority of countries today, eating the wrong types of grains are believed to contribute to many of our autoimmune diseases. Many people experience digestive issues from eating grains,  I for one, eat very little grains simply because they affect my quality of life dramatically.

 

Symptoms Of Grain Sensitivity

 

Many people may be experiencing symptoms connected to the grains in their diet, for many people these symptoms affects their life dramatically. what people should do is pay more attention to how they feel after they eat certain grains, this can tell you these grains are not healthy for your body. People seriously affected like myself has Celiac Disease, this is an autoimmune disease which the gluten in the grains you are eating do not agree with your digestive system. These symptoms are severe enough people will become unhealthy, if you are experiencing these symptoms especially on days you eat more grains you should be tested for this disease?

 

Extreme Stomach Pain ( Left Lower Stomach )

Chronic Fatigue

High Anxiety

Loss Of Appetite

Feeling Full

Bloated

Cramping

Muscle Aches & Pains

Sleep Difficulties

 

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Gluten-Free Grain Choices

 

Many people are sensitive to the gluten in the grains they are eating, even if you do not test positive for Celiac Disease going to a gluten-free diet could improve how you feel. Most people who go gluten-free experience more energy and improved sleep, you also could experience an improvement in your stress tolerance. It is believed gluten may be the cause for our high anxiety society today, most people notice a difference in about one month with  improvement in their symptoms. If this is not enough to influence you to go gluten-free, those aches and pains you are having could decrease simply by changing your diet?

 

Millet

Quinoa

Brown Rice

Gluten-Free Oats Only

Sorghum

Teff

Amaranth

Indian Rice Grass

Wild Rice

 

Gluten Free Grains

 

Healthier Grains

 

For those of you who are not wishing to change to a gluten-free diet, at least start eating the grains which are healthier for you. I am sure you all have heard of whole grains, well these are the grains you should be eating when you eat grains? These grains are believed to prevent people from many diseases such as heart disease, diabetes, colon cancer and live longer, healthier lives.

 

Whole Wheat

Whole Oats

Brown Rice

Bulgur

Quionoa

Corn

Freekeh

Wild Rice

Basmati Rice

Jasmine Rice

 

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Unhealthy Grains

 

Many people more likely are eating more of these unhealthy grains than the healthy grains, by knowing which grains are good for you and which ones to avoid or eat in moderation you will experience feeling much healthier again. Refined grains are high in carbs and calories, which contributes to belly fat, if you are experiencing frustration with losing belly fat these more likely are sabotaging your efforts? These grains are linked to many diseases such as  type 2 diabetes, heart disease and cravings and increased appetite, many of these more likely are some of your favorite processed foods and snacks?

 

Pastries

Breads

Crackers

Pancakes

Waffles

Pasta

Noodles

Pretzels

Pizza

White Rice

Processed Snacks

 

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What Is On My Mind Today?

 

Grains should be a part of your diet in moderation, most of us eat more grains than we should be and not enough of the other food groups. Adjusting your diet with grains in moderation will give you a healthier body, you will experience that stubborn belly fat disappearing as well. You will have more energy to do the things you don’t do now, sleeping will improve and you will be less anxious and positive simply by adjusting your diet. Now you have the knowledge which grains are bad and which ones are good, you even know which grains are gluten-free. What else could you need to know about grains, this should give you a good start to adjusting your diet to be healthier?

 

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6 thoughts on “Why Are Grains So Bad For You-How To Choose The Healthy Grains

  1. Hello, jeff!

    Great post, Is very helpful for people that are trying to figure out what is best to eat and avoid.
    I personally eat whole grain, and other grains like quinoa and brown rice and one can feel the difference between the 2 lifestyle choices.

    Your list of the must-avoid grains was also very helpful for me.

    With respect
    Santiago

    1. Thank You Sir,

      I am always happy to hear my articles are helping people, you seem to be on the right track with the right grains to eat with brown rice and quinoa.

      Jeff

  2. Wow my main diet is white rice and you listed it as an unhealthy grain. In Asia, most people eat white rice for lunch and dinner.

    Good to hear that basmathi is a good grain. It’s the main ingredient for nasi beriani, one of my favorite dishes 🙂

    Thanks for sharing this article, I would certainly visit your site for more healthy diet information.

    1. Thank You Raynold,

      I also use to think and eat white rice regularly, I learned white rice turns to sugar which can sabotage your diet. White rice is healthier than most pasta’s and other grains, but brown rice and the other rices have less sugars and have not been processed like white rice has.

      Jeff

  3. I am guilty of eating several of the unhealthy grains! but now I am trying to cut down white bread consumption and switch to healthier grains such as whole wheat. I don’t have a sensitivity to grains but I have a bad habit of eating too much of them, such as white bread. that’s something that will need some time correcting.

    1. Thank You

      White bread does have a lot of sugar in it which can sabotage your weight and your diet, its good you know white bread is something you need to work on and the best of luck to you.

      Jeff

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