100% Whole Wheat and Sourdough Science
I've taken interest in the different types of breads on the market and what they do to your body. It is interesting to see that studies are being done showing whole wheat breads to be less of a good thing for the body than what has been drilled into our heads. However, these studies are all being done on market breads leaving me to assume you have no idea what's been done to the bread. Sourdough is a common consensus to be the healthiest.
Am I wrong to assume that the science is very different of what takes place when you take a natural sourdough and combine it with a 100% whole wheat flour as opposed to what you may find in stores labeled as whole wheat sourdough? I have seen no studies done on the health benefits of homemade whole wheat sourdough and it seems that would be extremely high in nutritional value.