Paleo Bread™ Bringing Paleo Foods Into Modern Times
The Julian Bakery has received so much feedback from the launch of Paleo Bread with customers thanking us for helping them on their path of living a healthy Paleo life. So many followers of the Paleo food plan have such a hard time sticking to their plan because they don’t have some of the comfort foods they were accustomed. Paleo bread solved this problem by bringing healthy Paleo approved ingredients into a bread that all can enjoy that is free from ingredients that can harm your bodies health. Here at the Julian Bakery we put your health first and that is why we developed Paleo Bread.
Julian Bakery is proud to announce the newest addition to our bread line: Paleo Bread. Paleo Bread is the holy grail of bread, truly a dieters dream. It is unlike any other bread on the market and is gluten free, grain free, yeast free, dairy free, soy free, low calorie, high in protein, fiber, and low in carbohydrates. This bread is ideal for anyone looking to maintain or lose weight, on the Paleo and just about any other type of diet.
Paleo Bread was inspired by the Paleolithic diet due to its health and dietary benefits. Those who follow the Paleo diet cut out all grains and eat that of what our native hunters and gatherers ate many years ago. It’s a diet based on lean meats, seafood, fresh fruits, fresh vegetables, nuts, and seeds. We created two versions of the Paleo Bread which conforms to just about any diet, both which are healthy, low calorie, gluten and grain-free. The Almond variety and the Coconut variety are equally tasty and both offer their own unique benefits.
Paleo Bread™ -Almond ingredients: Purified Water, Blanched Almonds, Egg Whites, Psyllium, Organic Apple Cider Vinegar, and a pinch of Baking Soda.
Nutrition facts (Almond) (per slice): Calories 100 Fat 8g Sodium 100g Carbs 5g Fiber 4g (Net Carbs 1), 9g Protein
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Paleo Bread™ -Coconut ingredients: Purified Water, Organic Cocout Flour, Egg Whites, Psyllium, Organic Apple Cider Vinegar, and a pinch of Baking Soda.
Nutrition facts (Coconut) (per slice): Calories 40 Fat 1g Sodium 90mg Carbs 6g Fiber 5g (Net Carbs 1), 5g Protein
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How is all this beneficial to me?? Let’s dig a little deeper and find out!
The Many Benefits of Almonds:
Good for brain: Almonds contain many nutrients that which help in development of the brain and has been considered an essential food item for growing children.
Assists in regulating cholesterol levels: Consuming almonds on a regular basis helps to increase levels of high density lipoproteins (HDL) and reduce the level of low density lipoproteins (LDL). LDL is the bad, artery clogging cholesterol we need to monitor.
Good for the heart: The mono-saturated fat, protein, and potassium contained in almonds are good for the heart. Vitamin E acts as an antioxidant and helps reduce the risk of heart disease. The presence of magnesium in almonds helps to avoid heart attacks. Almonds help reduce C-reactive protein which causes artery-damaging inflammation. Almonds contain folic acid, which is believed to reduce levels of homocystein, the amino acid thought to contribute to the buildup of fatty plaque in the arteries.
Skin care: Almonds contain over 100% of the recommended daily intake of Vitamin E, that precious antioxidant that not only is a cancer fighter, but also a skin powerhouse containing flavonoids– the same as that found in wine, tea, fruits, and vegetables. All are pros at fighting free radicals, keeping skin supple and youthful looking. The magnesium content of almonds helps to increase the oxygen flow in our bodies, also giving us that youthful glow.
Blood pressure: The potassium content in almonds helps to regulate our blood pressure. Almonds are very low in sodium which also helps in containing blood pressure.
Prevention of cancer: Almonds improve the movement of food through the colon making it a good preventative food to ward against colon cancer. Again, the high Vitamin E content also is a cancer fighter.
Protection against diabetes: Almonds also help in reducing the rise in sugar and insulin levels after meals. This offers protection from diabetes.
Good for pregnancy: Almond contains folic acid. Folic acid helps to reduce the incidence of birth defects in newborn babies.
Weight loss: Because almonds contain mono-saturated fats, the healthy kind of fat, it helps us to feel full longer without the health risks of unhealthy, saturated fats, or worry about our waistline. Studies have revealed that low calorie, almond rich diets, are good for obese people in their goals to shed weight.
High in Fiber: Almonds are rich in fiber. Like most other fiber rich food, almonds also help in preventing constipation. Staying well hydrated also assists in this process.
Boosts energy: The presence of manganese, copper, and riboflavin (folate), helps with energy production. Almonds are great both before and after working out, and that mid-afternoon slump!
Diabetic friendly: Almonds assist in controlling diabetes by lowering blood sugar after meals. Their balance of protein and fiber are contributors.
Paleo Bread – Almond, is a great way to enjoy a healthy meal or snack with added flavor and health benefits, but it doesn’t end there. We created another version to the Paleo Bread line: Coconut. Since coconut is a fruit, unlike nuts, it makes this particular bread starch-free! That is why we have the two offerings; you can choose to have the Almond or Coconut depending on your dietary needs and preferences.
Paleo Bread – Coconut, is organic, starch-free, grain free, gluten free, yeast free, soy free, dairy free, and ideal for any diet. Paleo Bread – Coconut, is the first starch free, gluten free, and grain free, low carb bread on the market! Get lean and sculpted while still enjoying this particular variety!
Some benefits of being on a starch-free diet with the Paleo Bread – Coconut: less pain and stiffening in joints, less gas, cramping, diarrhea, bloating and other stomach troubles due to the reduction or elimination of starchy gluten and wheat products. Many people discover a starch-free diet to be quite helpful to their body, especially in improving digestion and over all fat loss.
Implementing a starch-free diet when trying to lose weight will put your body into a state of ketosis; a state which your blood sugar levels stabilize more efficiently and insulin levels drop, which can in turn make the body burn fat quickly. This allows you to show off those lean muscles you have been working so hard to get during those hard workouts at the gym or Cross Fit sessions!
Coconut is Low Carb & Low Calorie: The term available carbohydrate refers to the portion of carbohydrates that have the potential to raise your blood sugar levels and provide calories, or energy. Available carbohydrates include both sugar and starches, but exclude dietary fiber. You can calculate the available carb content of any food simply by subtracting its fiber content from its total carb content.
Because of its lower available carbohydrate content, coconut flour can prevent blood sugar spikes and help you maintain steady blood sugar levels after eating, which is especially helpful if you have diabetes or are trying to lose weight. No more highs and lows.
High Fiber Content: Coconut flour contains a lot more fiber compared to any other flour, with as much as 12 g per 1/4 cup, compared to only 3 g for the same serving of whole-wheat flour. You should get between 25 and 38 g of fiber a day, according to the “2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans,” to help you stay regular and prevent constipation. A higher fiber intake can also help you feel fuller with fewer calories, which is especially helpful if weight loss is a goal.
Julian Bakery made Paleo Bread to fulfill the craving for bread while living a Paleo lifestyle, free from unprocessed foods. Paleo Bread utilizes the highest quality ingredients and provides the protein and fiber your body needs to satisfy hunger while helping you to perform at your peak. We love The Paleo Bread and hope you do too! Written By: Heath Squier / Edited By: Leah Forman