Thursday, June 13, 2019

What Happens To Your Body When You Stop Eating Bread

If you eliminate breads loaded with fast carbs from your diet it could do wonders to your health. Some of the health benefits of reducing your intake of bread include healthier skin, healthy weight loss, and becoming more energized.

Below we give you a number reasons why you should avoid eating as much white or brown bread as possible. Here are some of the facts.

White vs. brown bread

Whole wheat bread and rye bread or bread made of whole wheat flour are perfectly fine as they are wholesome and nutritious, while white bread, on the other hand, can pose a risk to your health.

Sometime in the 20th century, yeast and four were altered and a blend of intense energy and additives displaced time in the maturing of the dough, which is a good enough reason to omit white bread, even premium quality white bread, from your diet.

8. Can lead to skin issues

The food we eat affects our overall well-being, and if you regularly consume flour products it can lead to skin issues like acne, which are triggered by the gluten found in bread. Moreover, gluten can cause intestinal harm as the body cannot excrete it.

7. It is tasteless

One thing all white bread consumers can (probably) agree on is that it has no specific taste. However, its neutral taste is exactly why most people enjoy it as you can basically eat it with anything.

However, compared to products made of whole grain flour, it does not offer a unique taste.

6. Toxicity

Since the demand for wheat is ever-growing, farmers sprinkle it with pesticides and other chemicals in order for the wheat to grow quicker and protect it from rodents and fungus.

To top that, in order to give the flour its distinctive white color, manufacturers bleach it using the same substances we use to wash clothes: persulfates, chlorine dioxide, and benzoyl peroxide. So the next time you buy bread, make sure it is made of organic, not refined flour.

5.  It is practically useless

In the beginning, wheat grains are rich in vitamins, but most of their nutritious value is lost during processing.

Even premium-quality white flours contain about 30% of the healthy components they originally have prior to being processed, and even these substances become inactive after just 2 weeks.

4. Can make you overweight

It is estimated that over 70 percent of people who stop eating bread will drop weight within the first fortnight. A medium-sized slice of bread has roughly 0.6 g of fiber while the other components are transformed into fat.

Moreover, the starch pastries contain dissolves and turns into glucose which enters your bloodstream and will soon make you feel hungry again.

 3. Makes you age faster

White bread essentially has no beneficial components, and our bodies require vitamins and other nutrients to retain its youthful look and prevent ageing.

For this reason, people who regularly consume refined four products tend to age faster and look older than they really are.

2. Addiction

As silly as it may sound, you can be addicted to bread and not even know it. White flour increases the blood sugar levels and, consequently, the level of insulin.

That is why when you eat white bread you blood sugar levels fall as fast as they rise and you find yourself craving more fast carbs. Such fluctuations in blood sugar levels can even cause diabetes.

1. Can cause digestion issues

As mentioned above, gluten can lead to digestive issues. While whole grain bread are rich in an important component – fiber – flour breads and products do not contain it. Only 5 to 6 slices of whole grain bread per day will help you meet the required amount of fiber.

For instance, if you want to meet the required daily amount of fiber by consuming fruits and vegetables, you would approximately have to eat 14 apples, 21 carrots, 25 tomatoes, or about 5 lbs. of cucumbers.

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