Since 2002, Sarah has been involved in health and nutrition education to help families effectively integrate thousands of nutrition principles into a modern home. My husband does not eat cereal, so I developed a recipe for low carbohydrate pumpkin bread so “he” can also appreciate the taste of falling. Surprisingly, this grainless bread tastes almost the same as my sweet pumpkin bread with fruits and germinated seeds. A simple recipe of pumpkin bread without cereals, sweetened with dates without adding sugar, on delicious bread, ideal for breakfast or snack. Although the number of calories per slice of this cerealless pumpkin bread is higher than that of cereal varieties, the carbohydrates are a third less by one portion. Its mission is to help families effectively integrate the nutritional principles of their ancestors into the modern home. If you are out of cereal or starch for a while, or if you simply limit these foods to make your diet more varied, try this pumpkin bread. Sarah was named “Activist of the Year” at the 2010 International Old Tradition Conference and served on the board of directors of Weston A Nonprofit Nutrition. She is the author of three books: Get Your Fats Straight, Traditional Solutions for Modern Families, and Living Green in an Artificial World. Sarah Pope has been a health and nutrition educator since 2002. The information on this website has not been evaluated by the FDA and is not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent or treat any disease. She holds a degree in economics from Fourman University and a master’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania. In addition, each portion contains twice as much protein and 50% more healthy fat.