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Do You Have IBS? 3 Types Of Bread You Should Order From Your Supplier

Posted by on Jun 5, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Do You Have IBS? 3 Types Of Bread You Should Order From Your Supplier

If you have IBS, or irritable bowel syndrome, your doctor may tell you to eat certain types of food to avoid irritating your digestive system. One of the best ways to get the nourishment you need without sacrificing taste is to order your breads online. A bread supplier can bake, package and ship these three types of bread that won’t irritate your IBS. Potato Bread Potatoes are some of the food items you can eat with IBS because they contain soluble fiber. Soluble fiber is good for your digestive system because it doesn’t break down easily in the small and large intestines. It also promotes healthy bowel movements, which is important for your IBS. Your supplier can bake and ship different types of potato bread to your home. Potato bread contains white potatoes and comes in thick, easy-to-slice loaves. It’s good to eat with soups or sandwiches. The best thing about potato bread is that you can freeze it to keep it fresh.  French Bread French bread is another delicious bread you can order from your supplier. This type of bread has a soft texture that’s easily do break down in your stomach. But like potato bread, it doesn’t break down easily in your intestines.  You may choose to add different flavors to your French bread to give it more flavor. Ask your supplier about adding barley or oats to the crust of the bread when you place your order. Pumpkin Bread Adding pumpkin seeds and sliced pumpkin to your meals is a great way to fight off the symptoms of IBS. But eating several slices of pumpkin bread each day is better. Pumpkin bread is made from ripe pumpkins. Some types of pumpkin bread are made with bananas for a creamier texture.  You may want to freeze any pumpkin bread you don’t eat right way to keep it fresh. However, wrap the bread in aluminum foil or use a seal-tight storage bag to prevent freezer burn on your bread. Tips Be sure to tell your bread supplier about your IBS. The supplier may offer other types of bread you can eat that won’t upset your digestive system. If possible, ask the supplier to bake specialty breads for you. The supplier can leave out the ingredients that upset your digestive system and replace them with things you can eat comfortably. If you have questions about ordering bread, contact a local supplier like Klosterman Baking...

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