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Health Benefits of Home-Ground Flour

Summary: Grind your own flour for maximum health benefits.
Air Date: 5/25/16
Duration: 10 Minutes
Host: Dr. Mike Fenster
Guest Bio: Sue Becker, Author, Speaker & Teacher
Sue BeckerSue Becker is a passionate speaker and teacher. Since 1992, Sue has been teaching others the healthful benefits of whole grain nutrition and baking with freshly milled flour through lectures and cooking classes. She is the owner of two businesses, The Bread Beckers, Inc. and The Real Bread Company and the founder of a non-profit ministry, Real Bread Outreach.

Sue earned a degree in Food Science from the University of Georgia. She received her certification as a nutrition counselor from Trinity School of Natural Health and is currently enrolled in their ND program.

Sue and her husband Brad, have nine children, multiple grandchildren and currently live in Canton, GA. Sue is a veteran home-schooling mom graduating the last of her nine children in the spring of 2015.

Sue loves to cook and is dedicated to sharing her knowledge with others. She is committed to teaching basic skills to cooking and baking and helping others learn the benefits of healthy eating and how easy it is to incorporate home flour milling and healthy whole grains into even a busy lifestyle.

Sue resides in Georgia.
  • Book Title: The Essential Home-Ground Flour Book
  • Guest Facebook Account: facebook.com/suebreadbeckers
  • Guest Twitter Account: @becker_sue
Health Benefits of Home-Ground Flour
Rampant food allergies are a great reason to grind your own flour. 

Grains are able to be stored for a very long time. When the grains are ground, they become perishable. We now have ground white flour that is designed to have a longer shelf life. It's had the bran and germ sifted out, reducing the health benefits of flour.

Diseases, allergies and intolerance have been on the rise since processed white flour hit the market.

Baked goods are fantastic treats. Grinding your own flour allows you to enjoy these treats with the health benefits of the whole grains. You can grind the grains on an as-needed basis so you don't have to worry about spoilage.

Listen in as Sue Becker joins Dr. Mike to talk about grinding your own flour at home.
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