We all have bread.
We’re just not aware of it.
But what does it do for us?
Here are five ways bread helps us feel good.
It gives us a break From the time we are babies, bread is a part of our diet.
We know that our mommy, daddy, grandpa and granddaughters will have some for breakfast or lunch and that they’ll be eating bread.
But for many, the bread is just part of the daily diet.
It may seem like a small detail, but it makes a big difference to our well-being.
Researchers at the University of Utah have found that bread increases serotonin levels in the brain and can improve memory, alertness and feelings of well-ness.
And when we eat more bread, our brain actually gets less tired.
It helps us focus If we have an idea in our head about what we want to accomplish, bread can help us focus.
Studies have shown that eating bread can make us more efficient at multitasking and increase our ability to stay on task.
It also improves our cognitive skills, including the ability to think quickly and solve problems.
It improves our heart It’s true that eating a healthy diet and exercising regularly is one of the best ways to reduce the risk of heart disease, stroke and death.
However, there are other benefits to eating bread as well.
A recent study in the British Journal of Nutrition showed that eating more bread reduces the risk for heart attacks, strokes and death by about 40%.
This is because eating more of it reduces the amount of cholesterol in our blood.
This can lead to lower cholesterol levels in our arteries, which lowers the amount we can absorb and carry around in our bodies.
In addition, people who eat bread have lower rates of heart attacks and strokes.
It can even improve the risk-taking behaviors of people who have heart disease.
It aids in digestion There are some studies that show that eating less bread can reduce the amount and amount of carbohydrates we take out of our diets.
And it has been suggested that it may even help to make us eat more healthy foods, too.
A study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that people who ate less bread had lower blood glucose levels, decreased their risk of type 2 diabetes and higher HDL (good) cholesterol levels.
It makes us feel better When you’re feeling sad, hungry, or tired, your body releases endorphins, which are chemical compounds that are thought to be linked to feelings of happiness and well-beings.
These chemicals also help us feel well, so eating bread is not only good for us, but also good for our bodies, too, according to a recent study from the American Institute for Cancer Research.
One study in particular found that eating three slices of bread every day helped boost our levels of oxytocin, a hormone that is thought to boost empathy, trust and trustworthiness.
In one experiment, volunteers were given a video of a friend who was being beaten up by another person and told that she needed to be more patient with her attacker.
In another, participants were given information about a man who had been attacked, and were told that he needed to change.
The people who had eaten bread in the past three days showed higher levels of endorphin levels, and they also felt more compassion toward the attacker.