A Vegan Lifestyle: The Old World Sourdough Bread Update

A week after the Old World Sourdough Bread incident, I’m feeling much better.

In case you are just checking in and missed all the hoopla, I have been gluten-free since the beginning of the year, officially. And even in 2016, I was trying to be more gluten-free but not 100%. But during this transition period I was noticing that bread and anything with flour in it had caused me bloating and feeling rather sluggish.

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Gluten Sensitivity: A Real Issue For Me, And I Tried Eating Bread Again

One of my musical colleagues told me a few weeks ago that it might not be the gluten that’s causing problems for people who are gluten sensitive, but actually the pesticides in the wheat.

So I got to thinking about it, and even did some research online that seemed to point to this pesticide issue rather than any problems with gluten.

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More Thoughts on a High Carb Diet for Performance and Athleticism

It took me many years to realize this: Carbs = Energy!

But, the current dietary establishment wants everyone to be on a low-carb, high protein diet!

What does this tell me?

The Meat and Dairy Industries are at it again, saying that carbs are bad for you and cause weight gain. But if you’re on a low-carb, high protein diet, meaning that you eat more high protein foods like dairy products, red meat, chicken, seafood and pork, that your going to lose weight.

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Random Vegan Musings for Tuesday, October 17, 2017

1. Popcorn popped on the stove with a tablespoon of oil and with added Himalayan Salt is definitely 100% Vegan. Although we’re talking 500+ calories of emptier calories than fruits and veggies.

2. A plate of brown rice, broccoli and tofu can add up to only 200 calories. Pretty low in calories, lots of fiber,
and nutrients. A cup of yogurt could be 200 calories in comparison!

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