How you cook makes a difference

Greetings! Today’s post is about how cooking affects your food. I’m not saying raw is best, but for you, it may be. Read on for more info.

For example, let’s talk about broccoli.

I love it and eat it all the time, usually steamed, with a little garlic. It digests really easily and my body loves it. I found a recipe that roasts broccoli in the oven with garlic, sounds amazing, so I tried it. OMG, I thought I was going to die I was so gassy.

How you cook your food can really change how your body reacts to it. The cooking methods used to prepare foods can drastically change it, like the broccoli example above.  If you don’t like a certain vegetable or it makes you gassy, try cooking it a different way than you usually do, you may be pleasantly surprised.

Roasted broccoli is delicious and if you can digest it, totally worth making. I, on the other hand, will never do that again. Sometimes it takes a few attempts to find out what works best for our body but once you do, life is good.

It’s worth a little effort to figure out what works best for you, you may be missing out on something you truly love.

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