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Old Aug 5th 2006, 2:26 am
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I learned something this week which proves you are never too old. It concerns bread, 7 grain, 9 grain, & 12 grain. Someone I know was told by his Doctor he needed to eat the 9 grain bread. Why not the 7 or 12? I appreciate why it is called but can anyone tell me the difference in the health benefits. I never heard of this in the UK.
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I learned something this week which proves you are never too old. It concerns bread, 7 grain, 9 grain, & 12 grain. Someone I know was told by his Doctor he needed to eat the 9 grain bread. Why not the 7 or 12? I appreciate why it is called but can anyone tell me the difference in the health benefits. I never heard of this in the UK.

I have always been led to believe that when using phrases like '9 grain' it is a cover up for the fact that they are not whole grain.
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Old Aug 5th 2006, 2:49 am
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Roll up, roll up, get your bread information here
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I learned something this week which proves you are never too old. It concerns bread, 7 grain, 9 grain, & 12 grain. Someone I know was told by his Doctor he needed to eat the 9 grain bread. Why not the 7 or 12? I appreciate why it is called but can anyone tell me the difference in the health benefits. I never heard of this in the UK.
Gulghupf has that covered in the section on their website called breaducation!


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Interesting references, thanks.
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