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06: Wartime Bread

Sue's Healthy Minutes with Sue Becker | The Bread Beckers

Release Date: 03/21/2022

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Sue's Healthy Minutes with Sue Becker | The Bread Beckers

Sue Becker continues with her love for summer by sharing that one of her favorite items during the summer is a cold, refreshing smoothie. As stated in a previous episode, these smoothies can be either yogurt or Kiefer-based and blended with some frozen fruit and sweetened with a bit of honey - making these smoothies a perfect combination of whole-grain fiber, with a healthy dose of good gut organisms. However, years ago, Sue was introduced to another kind of smoothie, and today, she shares this goodness with all of us. She also talks about the benefits of each of these ingredients, which...

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Sue's Healthy Minutes with Sue Becker | The Bread Beckers

If you have been listening to Sue's Healthy Minutes since the beginning, then you have heard Sue's "It's the Bread" story and how Bread Beckers began. Today, Sue shares more of their story and how it relates to what is happening in the world today. She also shares about the current wheat supply, addresses the shortage scare, and assures us, once again, that there is no shortage of wheat in the US. For more information, visit breadbeckers.com. Follow us on: Instagram @breadbeckers Facebook @thebreadbeckers *DISCLAIMER: Nothing in this podcast or on our website should be construed as medical...

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Sue's Healthy Minutes with Sue Becker | The Bread Beckers

Garden season is here, and today, Sue Becker shares a really great option for all of the fresh fruits and vegetables that we may be gathering from our own gardens, farmer's markets, or local growers. There are a lot of options for storing fruits and vegetables, but Sue's favorite has become dehydration, and today, she explains why.  She connects her talk to Proverbs 6:6-8, which tells us to "Go to the ant, consider its ways, and be wise. It has no commander, no overseer or ruler, yet it stores its provisions in summer and gathers its food at harvest."  For more information, go to...

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Sue's Healthy Minutes with Sue Becker | The Bread Beckers

In this episode of Sue's Healthy Minutes, Sue Becker shares a unique component of soluble fiber that is found in high concentrations in Oats and Barley, known as Beta-Glucan. Other grains such as wheat, rye, and sorghum also have this unique fiber, but Oats and barley have the highest concentration of any foods. For more information, visit our website at breadbeckers.com. Follow us on: Facebook @thebreadbeckers Instagram @breadbeckers *DISCLAIMER: Nothing in this podcast or on our website should be construed as medical advice. Consult your health care provider for your individual nutritional...

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Sue's Healthy Minutes with Sue Becker | The Bread Beckers

If you have been listening for a while, you will know that Sue talks a lot about fiber, and today is no different. In this episode of Sue's Healthy Minutes, Sue Becker shares why fiber is not only important in relieving constipation but can also help aid in lowering diabetes risk, lowering cholesterol, reducing the risk of heart disease and stroke, and even maintaining a healthy weight. For more information, visit breadbeckers.com. Follow us on: Facebook @thebreadbeckers Instagram @breadbeckers *DISCLAIMER: Nothing in this podcast or on our website should be construed as medical advice....

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Sue's Healthy Minutes with Sue Becker | The Bread Beckers

Today is Memorial Day - a day of remembering all of those who have given their lives for our freedom. In honor of this day, Sue Becker is inspired by the words of General Douglas MacArthur, "No man is entitled to the blessings of freedom, unless he be vigilant in its preservation." In this episode, Sue shares a connection between salt and Memorial Day. She introduces the significance of real salt in our everyday diets, and then leaves us with the understanding that we are the salt of the earth - chosen to preserve the teachings of Christ in this exact day and time. For more information, visit...

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Sue's Healthy Minutes with Sue Becker | The Bread Beckers

Listen closely today as Sue Becker shares one of her personal testimonies and the goodness of God. Even though bread made from freshly-milled grain has been significant in eradicating most of the illnesses Sue has faced from before and along the way, one still remains. She discusses what to do when we lose hope, and we don't see the answers to the prayers we have prayed - when we don't see the healing, or when we get a diagnosis despite our diligence in eating healthy. For more information, visit breadbeckers.com. Follow us on: Facebook @thebreadbeckers Instagram @breadbeckers *DISCLAIMER:...

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Sue's Healthy Minutes with Sue Becker | The Bread Beckers

In this episode, Sue Becker interviews her new friend, Janet Caraway. Janet has an amazing and encouraging It's The Bread story of healing that is sure to resonate with many of you. Through freshly-milled grain and proper gut health, Janet has found relief from a significant and painful health issue that many doctors state is untreatable. Today, Janet is zestful and full of life! For more information, visit our website at breadbeckers.com. Follow us on: Facebook: @thebreadbeckers Instagram: @breadbeckers *DISCLAIMER: Nothing in this podcast or on our website should be construed as medical...

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Sue's Healthy Minutes with Sue Becker | The Bread Beckers

In this episode, Sue Becker concludes her 7 Steps to Healthy Living, with step number 7, The Importance of Rest. In our present days, stress has become more of a common household word, and finding relief from that stress is a growing concern for many. In addition to things that were previously considered common stressors, we are now faced with new and additional culprits that seem to add even more stress into our every day lives. What was once known as normal stressors are now compounded with the additional influence of social media and news articles. Today, Sue delivers powerful...

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Sue's Healthy Minutes with Sue Becker | The Bread Beckers

Sue Becker shares about the importance of implementing daily exercise, as she continues with step number 6 of her 7 Steps to Healthy Living. While this step may not directly pertain to healthy eating, it is definitely an important part of healthy living. Our bodies were created to work. The bones, muscles, and internal systems in our bodies depend on our physical movement in order to work properly, and Sue shares a few practical ways to get our bodies moving, no matter what stage of life we find ourselves in. For more information, visit our website at breadbeckers.com. Follow us on: Facebook:...

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With hopes of giving a bit of encouragement, in today's episode, Sue shares a couple of war stories. She talks about how physical stamina, strength, long life, and overall good health had been attributed to dietary dependence on whole grains, particularly wheat, in times of war. She shares how the new whole refined grains made a significant contribution to the increase of diseases and how, during war, mills were forbidden to separate the bran and germ and were not allowed to make white bread.

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*DISCLAIMER: Nothing in this podcast or on our website should be construed as medical advice. Consult your health care provider for your individual nutritional and medical needs. The information presented is based on our research and is strictly that of the author and not necessarily those of any professional group or other individual.