Anyone here quit breads? | Page 2

Discussion in 'Dieting / Supplement Discussion' started by no fat chicks, Aug 24, 2016.

  1. Josh B White Belt

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    Just incase if anyone cared, i just started eating bread again and i personally saw no change at all.
     
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    Eat more noodles. :)
     
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    I like to make homemade sourdough once a week, supposedly the process of fermentation makes wheat easier to digest.
     
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    Bread can be healthy too. I eat Dave's killer bread. It has a ton of seeds in them and other natural healthy ingredients. It's also delicious. It's sweet because they also have agave in them, so that can be a bad thing.

    There are many breads out there like Dave which uses all natural and healthy ingredients. I'm sure there are some with 0 sugar. Personally, I don't mind a little agave. Or you can make your own too.
     
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  5. Midnighter Black Belt

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    There's low carb bread, you guys might wanna check that out.
     
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    If I want to drop a few pounds bread is the first thing to go. Instead of a ham and cheese sandwich I'll have a big chef salad instead. Without counting calories that usually good for 10-15 pounds in a month or two.
     
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    DKB is right on. It costs a few bucks more but it's so worth it.
     
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    I always like bread specially during breakfast. I think having a balanced diet does not really restricting you from eating it already. If your mind wants to eat bread, then eat a slice of it. You may want to limit your bread intake as long as you count your calories you took in a meal. However, there are also whole-wheat bread available on markets out there. Satisfy yourself with it, not really taking it out in your diet for the sake of healthy living. I am just saying it, if your really a bread eater like. Lol.
     
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