Monday, July 5, 2021

Cooling Some Foods After Cooking Increases Their Resistant Starch

 

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Cooling Some Foods After Cooking Increases Their Resistant Starch


Not all carbs are created equal. From sugars to starches to fiber, different carbs have different effects on your health.

Resistant starch is a carb that is also considered a type of fiber (1).

Increasing your intake of resistant starch can be beneficial for the bacteria in your intestines as well as for your cells (2Trusted Source, 3Trusted Source).

Interestingly, research has shown that the way you prepare common foods like potatoes, rice and pasta may change their resistant starch content.

This article will tell you how you can increase the amount of resistant starch in your diet without even changing what you eat.

Starches are made up of long chains of glucose. Glucose is the main building block of carbs. It is also a major source of energy for the cells in your body.

Starches are common carbs found in grains, potatoes, beans, corn and many other foods. However, not all starches are processed the same way inside the body.

Normal starches are broken down into glucose and absorbed. This is why your blood glucose, or blood sugar, increases after eating.

Resistant starch is resistant to digestion, so it passes through the intestines without being broken down by your body.

Yet it can be broken down and used as fuel by the bacteria in your large intestine.

This also produces short-chain fatty acids, which can benefit the health of your cells.

Tuesday, June 15, 2021

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Saturday, November 28, 2020

Amazing Bread --super simple

 Ingredients:

Makes: 1 loaf
Prep: 5 min.
Rest: 6-12 hours
Hands on: 5 min.
Preheating the oven / rising: 15 minutes
Bake: at 500F (260 °C) 25 min. with lid, 8-10 min. without the lid

2 1⁄2 cups (350 g) all purpose flour (plus plenty for the pastry board)
1 1⁄2 cups (210 g) rye flour
2 teaspoons salt
2 teaspoons caraway seeds (plus more for topping)
3 teaspoons active dry yeast
2 cups (470 ml) water or whey




Sunday, November 22, 2020

Term "Catholic" in the Bible

 Acts 9:31 (Greek Bible), “ai men oun ekklēsiai kath olēs tēs ioudaias kai galilaias kai samareias eichon eirēnēn oikodomoumenai kai poreuomenai tō phobō tou kuriou kai tē paraklēsei tou agiou pneumatos eplēthunonto” EKKLESIA KATH’OLES.

This not the way it is translated, or used as we do now but it implies a usage of the term.

Church Fathers: St. Ignatius of Antioch


By Thomas V. Mirus ( bio - articles - email ) | Dec 06, 2014 | In Fathers of the Church

Tradition has it that the church at Antioch was founded by St. Peter himself, who served as its bishop for seven years before moving on to found the church at Rome. (Robert Spencer writes that “Gregory III Laham, the Melkite Greek Catholic Patriarch of Antioch, has joked that if the Apostle Peter had just stayed put, he himself would be the earthly head of the Catholic Church today.”)

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Only decades later, during the reign of Trajan (98-117), another bishop of Antioch would also make the journey to Rome. This was St. Ignatius, who had succeeded St. Evodius as Antioch’s third bishop. Sometime around 107 or 110, by order of Trajan, ten soldiers brought Ignatius to Rome, where he was exposed to wild beasts.

The Epistles of Ignatius of Antioch

There were multiple stops on the journey to Rome. At Smyrna, Ignatius met with the bishop there, St. Polycarp, and with representatives of several Christian communities of Asia Minor. He gave those representatives letters to bring to Ephesus, Magnesia and Tralles. Also sent from Smyrna was his letter to the Church in Rome, in which he reflected at length on his impending martyrdom.

Later, stopping at Troas, Ignatius sent letters to Philadelphia and Smyrna, as well as a personal letter to Polycarp. There seems to have been a persecution in Antioch which ended during Ignatius’s journey, for in the letters from Troas, he asked the recipients to send envoys to congratulate and rejoice with the Christians in Antioch.

These seven Epistles of Ignatius of Antioch are rich in theological and mystical content, and are significant for their consistent depiction of a monarchical episcopate. Their authenticity is attested by Eusebius, who lists them in the above order and describes the content of each, and by Origen and St. Irenaeus, who quote from them. St. Polycarp, the recipient of the seventh letter, mentions them in his own letter to the Philippians: