People can live on bread for years. This almighty food has been around for millennia and it can go with almost any food.
As delicious as it sounds this homemade meal has a lot of carbs in it. The implication is that consuming more of it will definitely triple your calories. I know you are here probably because you want to know if you are doing the right thing consuming so many slices of bread than you should.
CAN BREAD MAKE YOU LOSE WEIGHT?
Ironically, bread consumption can make you lose weight. That should actually be the kind of bread you are consuming, the kind of spread on top of your bread.
I will give you an example; when wheat bread is consumed, your body produces enough serotonin which is a great source of weight loss.
Eating 2 to 3 slices of bread a day is great and good for your body. On the other hand, consuming too much bread can automatically lead to an increase in calories which will result in excess weight.
You will be needing at least 3 slices of bread a day if you want to lose that weight or stay fit. As long as you keep your daily calorie intake within 1,800 to 2000 calories you are good to go.
A lot of celebrities have agreed that they don´t skip bread in their meal and they still lose weight after all..Oprah Winfrey who is a co-owner of weight watchers also confessed that she loves bread snd wouldn´t wanna skip it for anything, and she managed to lose 26lbs which is actually a great accomplishment.
It is agreed by top nutritionists that as long your diet is intact; making sure that your diet contains lean protein, healthy fat, vegetables then one or two slices will be just fine.
As you know, there is some bread that is likely to increase your cholesterol. You have to say away from processed bread, white bread. Grain bread is a good example of the bread you need.
Adding bread to your breakfast is still okay but consuming a lot of carbs in the morning can cause an unbearable urge to overeat throughout the day. So consuming bread later in the day is the safe way to go.
There are numerous negative side effects associated with eating too much bread. Not only is it high in sugar and carbohydrates, but it can also lead to weight gain, digestive problems, and even type 2 diabetes.
The goal of the new campaign is to educate people about the dangers of over-eating bread and help them make healthier choices for their diets.
By promoting this message through a creative rationale, we hope to discourage people from overeating bread and instead encourage them to opt for healthier alternatives like fruits and vegetables