6 Things That Happen To Your Body When You Stop Eating Bread

Bread accounts for about 20% of the total amount of calories consumed worldwide, and considering just how many types of food is out there – that’s a massive number! A Western diet is especially dependent on white bread, with certain households eating bread for every single meal. It is such a staple that almost every restaurant will have a bread basket, often for free, placed on every table.

While there’s nothing wrong with eating bread, especially when it’s homemade or made with whole grains, its best to avoid processed bread as much as possible. The adverse effect of bread on your body becomes quite clear even in as short a period of just one month when you stop eating it. From feeling less bloated to having more energy in general, there are loads of ways this can improve your day to day life. If you don’t believe us, just try it for yourself!

1. Your Clothes Will Appear Looser

As every person who’s ever been on a diet ever knows, bread is one of the biggest enemies of weight loss. The first piece of advice your dietitian will give you is to stop eating refined white bread. This is because the high level of refined carbohydrates in bread makes your body retain water weight – approximately every gram of carbohydrate binds up to 3-4 grams of water. This is what makes a person feel bloated and heavy.

So when you stop eating bread, the pounds will come off naturally – especially around your waist, since refined grains are one of the main causes of excess belly fat. Not only will you look great, but you’ll also feel great.

2. You’ll Feel More Energized

I’m sure you’ve felt weak and lethargic after a meal at some point in your life. The chances are that the culprit was gluten! When your body digests wheat, it floods your bloodstream with the sugar that comes from bread. This causes your blood sugar levels to spike quickly, which is never a good thing, but it’s what follows that makes you feel like you just want to lie down and take a nap because a quick rise in insulin levels will inevitably be followed by a crash.

Giving up on bread will make sure that you don’t face such fluctuations of your glucose levels, enabling you to stay focused and energized throughout the day.

 1  of  2>