When Holista Foods sent in their paleo bread, I was puzzled. Why make bread that has no grains? I don’t understand. So I did some research.
The Paleo Diet
Simply put, it emulates the diet of our hunter-gatherer ancestors, and it advocates consumption of unprocessed animals and plants, including meat, fish, eggs, vegetables, fruits, nuts and seeds. I don’t know where bread fits into this diet. If you study the diet itself, it gets boring after a while, and there needs to be a carrier for all these fish, meat and eggs.
Therefore, someone created the paleo bread, using a flour blend of coconut, almonds, seeds and eggs.
And because it’s made without grain, it is also a gluten-free bread. Some of there other benefits include:
- All Natural
- Clean and Clear Label
- Non GMO
- No Grains
- No Dairy
- No Soy
It is a difficult bread to make, so hats off to Holista Foods who makes it possible to make a great tasting product!
Here’s what I ate on Day 31 of EB90:
|Holista Foods® Paleo Bread||1 loaf (300)||219|
|Holist Foods® Low GI Bread||6 slices (25g)||334.5|
|Ricotta Cheese||1/4 C||100|
|Deli Chicken Breast||3 slices||50|
|Almond and cashew nut butters||2 Tbsp||190|
|Grilled Pork||2 oz||150|
|Sugar Free Strawberry Jam||2 Tbsp||160|
|Spaghetti with meatballs||2 C||400|
|Coconut water||2 C||100|