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The healing power of Rogge

  1. Rye is widely consumed in Europe. In the Netherlands we know rye bread as a thick rye substance that is cut into slices. In other countries rye bread is a bread that is much more like organic whole grain bread. Moreover, a lot of rye porridge and sourdough rye bread is eaten in, for example, the Scandinavian countries. When it comes to the number of rye eaten per capita, Finland, Denmark, Sweden and Norway are in 3rd to 6th place, after Poland and Russia. Although we do not know rye porridge here, rye can simply be integrated into the Dutch menu. You can eat rye with a sandwich meal, soup and as an evening snack. In addition, you can buy German bread containing rye at many supermarket stores.

Nutritional value of rye

  1. As in many grains, the percentage of vitamins is not particularly high. The nutritional value comes mainly from the high fiber content, the large number of mineral types and the large number of phytonutrients. For the latter category, there is no advice in the form of a Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) established by the joint food authorities in this world. But there are ADH values ​​for fiber and minerals. For manganese, 130% of the RDI is in rye. Rye contains 60% of the RDI for fiber. Rye bread contains 33% of the RDI of the amino acid tryptophan. For magnesium

Rye and diabetes

  1. Rye has a positive effect on blood sugar levels. Rye has been widely researched by Finnish scientists. These have found that rye is effective against internal inflammation at the cellular level. Rye therefore helps against type 2 diabetes

Rye and obesity

  1. Scientific research has shown that eating rye reduces body weight. It is not known exactly why, but it is believed that the fibers play an important role in this. There seems to be a process going on during digestion that less energy is absorbed from rye than should be possible in principle. So you do not consume excess sugars

Rye and breast cancer

  1. A well-known risk factor for developing breast cancer is taking artificial estrogens. It is known that those who take the contraceptive pill are twice as likely to develop breast cancer than those who do not take the pill. The current state of science believes that natural estrogens

Tips for eating rye

  1. You can top a slice of rye bread with butter and brie, old cheese or young cheese. You then cut the rye bread into eight pieces and create eight extremely healthy rye toasts in an instant. In organic

The on and off switch of the genes

  1. From the 1980s onwards, scientists have been calling out that “everything comes through the genes”, in the sense that many diseases are caused by hereditary information transmission in the genetic material of man. Illnesses would pass from mother and father to daughter and son. In the early years of the new millennium, Finnish scientists at the University of Kuopio discovered that the genes can be triggered by our diet. Stress, bad eating habits and an overactivation of the immune system can turn the gene switch 'on' and initiate the formation of a disease. People were controlled by putting them on a diet. One group ate an oatmeal / potato / whole grain bread for 12 weeks

Other medicinal properties of rye

  1. Rye bread is considered the healthiest whole grain bread that requires more chewing than regular bread. Chewing well is healthy for the teeth, dentists believe that the more you have to chew your food, the less plaque remains, which makes rye good for preventing cavities. Chewing keeps gums healthy. Because whole grains are healthier than stripped-down flour like refined white bread, rye is good for overall health.

  2. Rye bread is considered the healthiest wholemeal bread that requires more chewing than regular bread. Chewing well is healthy for the teeth, dentists believe that the more you have to chew your food, the less plaque remains, which makes rye good for preventing cavities. Chewing keeps gums healthy. Because whole grains are healthier than stripped-down flour like refined white bread, rye is good for overall health.



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